NRL chief executive Todd Greenberg has viewed some of the police footage from Curtis Scott's arrest, but is waiting to see the rest before he makes his final decision on whether to implement the no-fault, stand-down policy for the Canberra Raiders recruit. As The Canberra Times revealed, Greenberg viewed the footage on Wednesday afternoon. But with the start of the NRL season still four weeks away, the NRL aren't rushing to make a final call on Scott's immediate playing future. Greenberg's in Perth for the NRL Nines and the league's chief executives' conference, where he'll keep Raiders boss Don Furner informed of any developments. Scott has also changed lawyers from Danny Eid to Sam Macedone.