LISTEN: Geelong coach Chris Scott says he'll consider "holding back" when the Cats meet Hawthorn in a possible finals preview on Saturday night.
AFL: Thorough checking and further scans on Adelaide’s Tom Lynch have confirmed a fractured neck after his collision with Brisbane’s Justin Clarke last Sunday.
AFL: It was the defining free kick of the game and on review, it was wrong.
AFL A worrying clash between Adelaide’s Tom Lynch has sparked conversation regarding protection against head and spinal cord injury.
AFL: The early morning fight involving Carlton players Mitch Robinson and Jeff Garlett resembles where the club is at right now, according to Matthew Lloyd.
EQUALISATION: Free agency is again on the agenda with Richmond coach Damien Hardwick urging the AFL to follow the American model used in the NFL.
LISTEN: The AFL will aim to put the fans first next season as it tries and turn around falling crowd numbers.
FOOTBALL: Melbourne forward Shannon Byrnes has announced his retirement, effective immediately, after being ruled out for the rest of the season with a foot injury.
LISTEN: Melbourne has emerged as one of the front-runners in the scramble to sign free agent Nick Malceski from the Swans, reports Sam McClure.
TWEETS: Essendon champ Matthew Lloyd has slammed the current AFL players who took to Twitter to censure Ty Vickery for his hit on Dean Cox.
LISTEN: James Hird and the Essendon board met last night to discuss the exiled coach's return to the club, reports Sam McClure.
LISTEN: Collingwood star Luke Ball says the majority of AFL players would be prepared to take a pay cut if it meant playing fewer matches.
AFL: Mike Sheahan goes one on one with Matthew Lloyd on the media, diving, Brad Sewell, Matthew Knights and much more.
AFL: Given the official AFL Media Centre at AFL Headquarters is named after Mike Sheahan, we think he is very well equipped to give us his opinion on which coaches from his time have been particularly difficult to deal with.
LISTEN: So here's something that rocked our world at the weekend: 'Caroline Wilson' is not Caroline Wilson's real name!
AFL: Leigh Matthews rates Chris Judd very highly in many aspects both on and off the football field.
AFL Melbourne key defender James Frawley is the biggest name on the free agency list this year and it is reported he is seeking a seven-year deal worth around $4.5 million.
AFL: It’s a burning question that is still yet to be answered; will Cameron Ling be sitting in a coach’s box next season?
LISTEN: Football legend Leigh Matthews says Mick Malthouse's surliness and hostile demeanour may not be his biggest faults at present.
AFL: Collingwood premiership captain Nick Maxwell has announed his retirement, effective immediately.
WATTS WRONG?: After a quiet game against Geelong on Saturday, Jack Watts has come under fire by Leigh Matthews, who says he should be playing basketball.
SIRENGATE: The Adelaide Oval has had its second siren controversy this season after umpire Ray Chamberlain blew his whistle to stop play with 3 seconds remaining in the third quarter on Friday night.
STATE OF ORIGIN: Each year when the State of Origin series is played in the NRL the debate is raised whether the AFL should bring back its own version of the representative matches.
CAPTAIN CROW: As Nathan Van Berlo aims for a return to the Adelaide side in September, the Crows are in safe hands out on the field according to Matthew Lloyd.
AFL: Fremantle skipper Matthew Pavlich will play on for a 16th AFL season in 2015 after signing a one-year deal with the club.
SAINTS WOES, SUNS GLOW: Matthew Lloyd has painted a pretty bleak picture of St Kilda's footballing future.
LISTEN: The AFL's director of umpiring Wayne Campbell has confirmed the decision not to penalise Port Adelaide's Angus Monfries over a 'holding the ball' incident was incorrect.
FLETCHER FLYING: Despite being officialy ‘omitted’ from tonight’s clash against Port Adelaide, Dustin Fletcher is setting himself for another season of football next year according to Matthew Lloyd.
HAWK CHOKE: It could be a nervous wait over the weekend for star Hawthorn back man Brian Lake after an ugly confrontation with North Melbourne’s Drew Petrie.
LAST CAB: Not many people can bring our football panellists back down to earth like Australian actress Emma Hamilton did on Friday night.
LISTEN: Hawthorn champ Shane Crawford says North Melbourne is suffering from complete team blackouts as the Roos struggle to find consistent form.
LISTEN: A war of words has erupted between Essendon champ Matthew Lloyd and Tiger skipper Trent Cotchin.
LISTEN: After 13 rounds of the 2014 AFL season, it’s been revealed crowds are officially up year on year, but Melbourne figures are still not up to scratch.
GOOD FRIDAY: Neil Mitchell says he doesn't like the idea of Good Friday football, but now that it's inevitable, he says it should be used to exploit the Royal Children's Hospital.
GOOD FRIDAY The Good Friday Football debate might have dwindled out in recent weeks for the average football fan, however it is right on the minds of the Western Bulldogs heavy hitters.
ESSENDON: As the Essendon Football Club prepares for its Federal Court action against ASADA, club legend Matthew Lloyd believes a suspension might be appropriate for the players.
LISTEN: Matthew Lloyd says Melbourne should take the draft pick and let go of defender James Frawley.
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