Adelaide have followed up the re-signing of key man Patrick Dangerfield by agreeing a new deal with promising defender Matthew Jaensch.
Lions star Jonathan Brown wants to lead his pride back to the finals before hanging up his boots.
Key forward Jarrad Waite will miss his third straight game, against Port Adelaide this weekend, with his absence playing a part in the Blues’ stuttering form.
Ruckman Darren Jolly has no plans to stop writing newspaper columns, despite some negative feedback.
Bombers officials look set to swoop on signing star midfielder Brent Stanton as a priority after securing important big utility Paddy Ryder to a new four-year deal.
The defensive tactics of Fremantle coach Ross Lyon have come under fire following back-to-back thumpings from West Coast and Hawthorn.
The club has returned Jonathan Simpkin to the rookie list after reinstating Daniel Menzel from the long-term injury list.
Suns coach Guy McKenna says Jared Brennan is unlikely to be recalled to the side for Sunday’s clash against Collingwood.
Greater Western Sydney:
Jonathon Patton hopes to play his first senior game in the next few weeks, having fully overcome the knee injury that has stalled his start at Greater Western Sydney.
If there is one thing Hawthorn defender Stephen Gilham took away from last weekend’s thumping by Richmond, it is how close the AFL competition is in 2012.
Winless Melbourne have called a series of meetings with supporter groups to explain the Demons are on the right path.
Brad Scott says the Kangaroos are dealing with internal issues with their wayward forward Lindsay Thomas, who was curiously left out last week because of general soreness.
Steven Salopek has broken his silence on his year from hell and vowed to repay Port Adelaide fans for their support.
Richmond’s midfield is the best in the AFL, according to St Kilda coach Scott Watters.
Club great Danny Frawley says the club is in the mix to win the elusive premiership ripped from its grasp in 2009 and 2010.
Everywhere you look, there’s a Josh Kennedy. There’s one running around for the West Coast Eagles and one who is a striker for the Socceroos but took to the field for his Japanese club against Adelaide United on Tuesday night.
Midfielder Matt Priddis says he’s glad he listened to his body’s signals and took a week off AFL duties to recover from concussion.
The Western Bulldogs are sure they are on the rise. Friday night’s clash with reigning AFL premiers Geelong is the ideal stage to prove it.
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