If you didn't know that it was medically impossible, you might have started to think that concussion was contagious at the AFL tribunal on Tuesday night.
Richmond tall forward Ty Vickery has been given the opportunity to play one more match after the AFL tribunal deemed his blow to West Coast's Dean Cox warranted just under a five-match ban.
There is a concerted push from AFL players to allow free agents to sign a contract with another club during a season to provide them with greater security.
Adelaide and Gold Coast are the only finals contenders scheduled to play on the final Sunday of the home-and-away season.
Providing stability to a club accustomed to uncertainty was the main reason for Melbourne coach Paul Roos signing on for an extra year.
Decored Western Bulldogs veteran and former captain Matthew Boyd is set to play on in 2015, having been offered a new contract by the club.
Essendon insists its board has unanimous support for James Hird, releasing a statement in response to a Fairfax Media report.
Chris Scott wants free agency scrapped, but the players' assocation on Tuesday responded by flagging a preferred model that would dramatically increase the sort of frenzied speculation that Geelong's coach finds so repugnant.
Carlton forward Jarrad Waite has hosed down rumours he and coach Mick Malthouse are feuding, despite a reportedly rocky working relationship.
St Kilda’s football department stocks have received another boost, with the Saints signing Hawthorn assistant coach Luke Beveridge as their director of coaching.
WHILE Australia was cleaning up in the pool in Glasgow, so to was Tamworth’s Mikaela Short in Melbourne.
GUNNEDAH Bulldogs are struggling to offload the wooden spoon and return home this week with a tough task.
GLEN Innes Magpies head into this weekend’s huge Group 19 local derby against Inverell Hawks with a 50-34 ...