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Roos and Tigers' swap of young ruck, veteran back breaks Day 5 trade stalemate

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7th October, 2021
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Pies back-up ruckman eyeing options elsewhere
Demons officially take Luke Jackson off the table despite big offers
Back-up Bulldogs big man to stay at the Kennel

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After an action-packed day yesterday, the 2021 AFL trade period resumes again today. Join The Roar for a live blog and rolling coverage of the day’s news, rumours and action from 9am (AEDT).

It was a slow start to the trade period, but the action really picked up yesterday with four trades, a free agency signing and two new trade requests.

It all kicked off with Will Brodie moving from the Gold Coast to Fremantle – bringing picks 19, 61 and 69 with him.

The Dockers then finally bid farewell to Adam Cerra, sending him to Carlton in exchange for pick six and future third-rounder.

Freo weren’t finished there, completing a pick swap with Collingwood to potentially unlock other deals, while the fourth trade saw Sam Petrevski-Seton join West Coast and Lewis Young join Carlton in a three-way deal.

Tim O’Brien also found a new home, crossing from Hawthorn to the Western Bulldogs as an unrestricted free agent.

But the biggest news of the day came late, with multiple outlets claiming Freo ruck-forward Rory Lobb may be on his way back to Greater Western Sydney three years after he originally left them. A medical has been completed and there could yet be another twist.

Of course, we’ve still got the matter of Jordan Dawson’s move to Adelaide, Robbie Tarrant’s move to Richmond, Callum Coleman-Jones’ move to North Melbourne and Jordan Clark’s move to Fremantle all to sort out.

Join The Roar for a live blog of all the latest news throughout the trade and free agency period, starting from 9am (AEDT).


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