Hawk Luke Breust admits his attempt to beat Tony Lockett's record for 29 consecutive goals without a behind led him to avoid taking shots he normally would have.
An item advertised as Melbourne's famous 1948 premiership flag has been put on sale on eBay, in a development that is being investigated by the police and the AFL.
AFL players could soon have an athletes' own integrity unit to which they can report any concerns.
It was apt, and perhaps pointed, that Nathan Buckley didn't say anything headline-worthy on Wednesday. Collingwood's faltering season has reached a point at which its coach isn't interested in words, only actions.
Suspended Essendon coach is back in Melbourne, and he is keen to return to his club, pending a discussion with his successor.
Hawthorn maestro Shaun Burgoyne has warned the Swans that the Hawks will have a rejigged midfield and will be a ''different'' team when they seek recompense in Saturday night's blockbuster at the MCG.
Gold Coast chairman John Witheriff? has questioned the AFL’s business values and accused it of a lack of courtesy.
Hawthorn's NSW product Luke Breust believes player academies such as those held by Sydney and Greater Western Sydney are a vital pathway for players in the state to make it to the AFL.
In a season gone wrong, Richmond captain Trent Cotchin says the Tigers have been guilty of "picking and choosing" in terms of their commitment to winning the contest.
Now that the new AFL dispensation is in place, and a certain amount of goodwill is flowing its way, and its ears are open to entreaties, there is one matter it should deal with straight away, and that is the perversity that is the AFL draw.