2017 AFL trade and free agency period club-by-club summary, ins and outs

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    The 2017 AFL trade and free agency period has come to an end. Below you can find the ins and outs in a club-by-club summary for all eighteen AFL teams.

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    Adelaide Crows
    In: Bryce Gibbs, Sam Gibson, pick 12, pick 39, pick 77, Melbourne’s 2018 first-round pick, Carlton’s 2018 second-round pick, Carlton’s 2018 third-round pick, Melbourne’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Out: Jake Lever, Charlie Cameron, Harrison Wigg, pick 16, pick 54, pick 73, pick 91, Adelaide’s 2018 second-round pick, Adelaide’s 2018 third-round pick, Adelaide’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Brisbane Lions
    In: Charlie Cameron, Luke Hodge, pick 15, pick 18, pick 40, pick 44.

    Out: Tom Rockliff, Josh Schache, pick 12, pick 20, pick 43, pick 75.

    Carlton Blues
    In: Matthew Kennedy, Darcy Lang, Matthew Lobbe, pick 10, pick 30, pick 73, Bulldogs’ 2018 second-round pick, Adelaide’s 2018 second-round pick, Geelong’s 2018 second-round pick.

    Out: Bryce Gibbs, pick 40, pick 58, pick 95, Carlton’s 2018 second-round pick, Carlton’s 2018 third-round pick, Carlton’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Collingwood Magpies
    In: Sam Murray, pick 70, Sydney’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Out: Collingwood’s 2018 second-round pick.

    Essendon Bombers
    In: Jake Stringer, Devon Smith, Adam Saad, GWS’ 2018 second-round pick.

    Out: Pick 11, pick 30, Essendon’s 2018 second-round pick, Essendon’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Fremantle Dockers
    In: Nathan Wilson, Brandon Matera, pick 2, pick 66, pick 71, pick 83.

    Out: Lachie Weller, Harley Balic, Hayden Crozier, Fremantle’s 2018 second-round pick, Fremantle’s 2018 third-round pick, Fremantle’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Geelong Cats
    In: Gary Ablett, pick 24, pick 58, Richmond’s 2018 third-round pick, Gold Coast’s 2018 fourth-round pick, Carlton’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Out: Steven Motlop, Darcy Lang, pick 53, Geelong’s 2018 second-round pick, Geelong’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Gold Coast Suns
    In: Lachie Weller, Aaron Young, Harrison Wigg, pick 19, pick 41, pick 50, pick 54, West Coast’s 2018 first-round pick, Essendon’s 2018 second-round pick, Geelong’s 2018 second-round pick, Fremantle’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Out: Gary Ablett, Adam Saad, Brandon Matera, pick 2, pick 21, pick 24, pick 26, pick 37, Gold Coast’s 2016 second-round pick.

    GWS Giants
    In: Pick 11, pick 28, pick 57, Fremantle’s 2018 second-round pick, Essendon’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Out: Devon Smith, Nathan Wilson, Matthew Kennedy, pick 25, pick 71, GWS’ 2018 second-round pick.

    Hawthorn Hawks
    In: Jarman Impey, pick 43, pick 68, pick 75.

    Out: Luke Hodge, pick 34, pick 44, pick 62, Hawthorn’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Melbourne Demons
    In: Jake Lever, Harley Balic, pick 31, pick 36, Adelaide’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Out: Jack Watts, pick 10, pick 66, Melbourne’s 2018 first-round pick, Melbourne’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    North Melbourne Kangaroos
    In: Pick 91, St Kilda’s 2018 third-round pick, West Coasts’ 2018 third-round pick.

    Out: Sam Gibson, pick 46, North Melbourne’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Port Adelaide Power
    In: Tom Rockliff, Steven Motlop, Jack Watts, pick 46, pick 59, pick 62, pick 63, pick 95, St Kilda’s 2018 second-round pick, North Melbourne’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Out: Jackson Trengove, Jarman Impey, Brendon Ah Chee, Aaron Young, Logan Austin, Matthew Lobbe, pick 31, Porth Adelaide’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Richmond Tigers
    In: Pick 20, pick 25, pick 53.

    Out: Pick 15, Richmond’s 2018 third-round pick.

    St Kilda Saints
    In: Logan Austin, pick 34, Port Adelaide’s 2018 fourth-round pick, Adelaide’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Out: Pick 59, pick 63, St Kilda’s 2018 second-round pick, St Kilda’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Sydney Swans
    In: Collingwood’s 2018 second-round pick.

    Out: Sam Murray, pick 70 and Sydney’s 2018 third-round pick.

    West Coast Eagles
    In: Brendon Ah Chee, pick 21, pick 26, pick 37, Gold Coast’s 2018 second-round pick, Hawthorn’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Out: Pick 50, West Coast’s 2018 first-round pick, West Coast’s 2018 third-round pick.

    Western Bulldogs
    In: Josh Schache, Jackson Trengove, Hayden Crozier, pick 16, Fremantle’s 2018 fourth-round pick.

    Out: Jake Stringer, pick 28, pick 41, pick 83, Bulldogs’ 2018 second-round pick.

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    • October 19th 2017 @ 5:10pm
      Big Pete said | October 19th 2017 @ 5:10pm | ! Report

      I don’t like the idea of giving away two first round draft pics for a player who’s past his prime and not far off retirement this is what Adelaide has decided to do by taking gibbs they obviously have a short memory when they tried the same with Wayne Carey and it back fired, draft two local lads who can play over 200 games much better value.

      • October 20th 2017 @ 10:08am
        Pedro The Fisherman said | October 20th 2017 @ 10:08am | ! Report

        There is a bit of significant change in terms of advancement in the 2018 Draft that also formed part of the Gibbs trade.

      • October 20th 2017 @ 10:30am
        Arky said | October 20th 2017 @ 10:30am | ! Report

        It is way overs for Gibbs at this stage of his career, especially when he may play most of the rest of his career as a back flanker rather than on the ball.

        Absolutely a move made to maximise Adelaide’s chances in 2018 at the expense of the future. And that’s justifiable! Too many teams squib their chances to go for it, always making moves for a future that never comes (not just in AFL). Take a look at the last two premiership-winning teams and tell me that the league these days isn’t wide open for the taking for a team which genuinely goes for it and gets some luck at the right time.

        Poor old North- tried this for a few years and just didn’t quite get the luck (albeit relying on Daniel Wells to be healthy at the right part of the season isn’t a good way to get lucky), then the Dogs and Tigers just waltz on through and get flags.

    • October 19th 2017 @ 5:13pm
      Big Pete said | October 19th 2017 @ 5:13pm | ! Report

      Crows got pick 12 back but lost Cameron he has got so much upside he will end up a great player

    • October 19th 2017 @ 8:40pm
      Maurice said | October 19th 2017 @ 8:40pm | ! Report

      Adlaides window is now . . Ballsy move but they won’t die wondering . Will be good to see Gibs in the finals next year.

    • October 19th 2017 @ 8:43pm
      Maurice said | October 19th 2017 @ 8:43pm | ! Report

      Was upset to see Weller go , but good to see him in the silliest team NOW for the amount they paid for him .

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