The AFL tribunal has found West Coast defender Will Schofield not guilty of striking Melbourne's Clayton Oliver.
The AFL tribunal has found Richmond defender Bachar Houli guilty of intentionally striking Carlton's Jed Lamb during the Tigers win over the Blues on Sunday.
Our AFL experts tackle Collingwood and Scott Pendlebury's 250th, diving and elbows, and the battle between Melbourne and Sydney's midfield "bulls".
Lance Franklin has been urged by a former goalkicking great to continue taking long-range shots despite his accuracy this season dipping to the lowest point of his career.
It might not be glitz and glamour and there won't be a blue carpet, but have no doubt, Tuesday night in late June is set to be the biggest date on the AFL calendar this year.
Clubs are 10 times more likely to raise ticket prices under the AFL's controversial pricing system, according to an AFL Fans Association investigation.
Who'll play off in September? Our experts reconsider their pre-season predictions.
The AFL's bumper pay deal is having an immediate impact, with Gold Coast's Steven May set to become the latest player to extend his contract.
Hawthorn forward Jack Gunston says that despite the Hawks languishing in 16th position on the ladder, the future of the club is in good hands with the side's young crop performing well on the big stage this year.
West Coast will take defender Will Schofield's controversial striking charge to the AFL tribunal.
Adelaide captain Taylor Walker has signed a three-year contract extension, extending his stint at the AFL club until at least the end of the 2021 season.
Port Adelaide have locked away tough midfielder Brad Ebert and key defender Jack Hombsch on new AFL deals.
Western Bulldogs premiership hero Tom Boyd is set to return via the VFL as he makes his way back from calf tightness.
Tom McDonald went forward because they needed him to. Tom McDonald went in the ruck because they needed him to.
Essendon star forward Joe Daniher says he feels "lucky" to be continuing his career with the club he grew up supporting, after officially putting pen to paper on a three-year contract extension.
Melbourne's medical report cost Will Schofield with the Match Review Panel but might have helped young Demon Clayton Oliver escape punishment for staging.
Already brimming with confidence, Melbourne could have another reason to buoy spirits, with Jesse Hogan a "sneaky chance" to make his return in a Friday night blockbuster.
Ladder-leading Greater Western Sydney have suffered yet another long-term injury, with emerging star Tim Taranto to undergo ankle surgery which will sideline him for up to 10 weeks.
Former AFL star and two-time premiership winner Glenn Archer has been charged with unlawful assault after alleged incident at junior football game.
Out of favour Collingwood forwards Mason Cox and Chris Mayne are in the mix to return to AFL football this weekend, according to Magpies' captain Scott Pendlebury.
Fremantle are poised for a major boost after a demoralising narrow loss to Geelong, with star midfielder Nathan Fyfe in line to resume against St Kilda in Perth on Sunday.
St Kilda coach Alan Richardson says tweaks to his club's interstate travel routine have overturned the Saints' horror interstate form from the past 18 months.
Swans players have started using the F-word again after Friday's remarkable comeback win over Essendon.
Promising Bulldogs’ youngster Bailey Dale says he wants to remain at the club beyond this season, with the out-of-contract forward motivated to emulate the premiership success he witnessed on the sidelines last year. The 20-year-old was one the Bulldogs’ best in their thrilling one-point win over North Melbourne on Saturday night, racking up 18 disposals and kicking two goals. In a season which coach Luke Beveridge admits the reigning premiers have “stagnated”, Dale has been one of the few Dogs to show obvious improvement. He has played in six of the Dogs’ last seven matches, including a breakout game against St Kilda in round 10, when he kicked a goal and had 27 disposals. Dale struggled for opportunity last season, missing out on the Bulldogs’ historic premiership and playing only four senior games.
I hope when Joel Selwood eventually retires he does so with his best days ahead of him.
Gutsy Cats face recovery test, the one-percenters add up, reviews need reviewing, and a fond farewell.
Two-time premiership winner Glenn Archer is at the centre of a police investigation.
Former AFL star and two-time premiership winner says his conduct was "inappropriate and unacceptable".
Melbourne ruckman Max Gawn says Clayton Oliver "probably regrets" his social-media posting in response to criticism from former Australian cricketer Damien Martyn.
Gold Coast coach Rodney Eade is optimistic that superstar Gary Ablett will be fit to play his 300th game at Metricon Stadium this week against North Melbourne.
Former captain Jarrad McVeigh is pressing hard for a senior recall with the resurgent Sydney facing several big selection calls as it pushes for a remarkable finals berth.
Richmond coach says side clearly deserved win over Carlton, but made things harder for themselves than necessary.
Multiple injury concerns and fears captain Joel Selwood may miss next round sour comeback win over Dockers.
Giants coach Leon Cameron has challenged star forward Jonathon Patton to maintain his high standards for the top-of-the-table showdown with Geelong this week.
Richmond were slow out of the gates and wasteful in front of goal but lifted late to post a 26-point win over Carlton.
Brendon Lade is returning to Port Adelaide after seven years as an assistant coach at AFL rivals Richmond.
The Western Bulldogs won't look back at their painful history of preliminary final losses in the lead up to their Saturday night clash with GWS Giants.
Melbourne great David Schwarz says the potential defection of Jesse Hogan would not be "as catastrophic" now as it would have been last year.
There’s two very contrasting narratives developing heading into the penultimate weekend of the AFL season. And sentimentally, they’re at opposite ends of the spectrum.
The thing that AFL fans love about the game is risk and the unknown outcome accompanying it: the risk players take when they commit to a physical contest, when they launch three deep in a pack to stand on someone's shoulders in a marking contest, when they have a shot from the boundary. All are weekly features on highlights reels.