JESSE HOGAN 7:45pm Richmond may not end this year with a finals berth, but it is on track to end it with a unique achievement: going through an entire season without making a late change.
MICHAEL GLEESON Ty Vickery or Ben Griffiths. Tigers face a call for Swans game.
LIAM MANNIX Chris Newman opts to re-sign and go on for another year.
CAROLINE WILSON Peggy O'Neal says winning run will not ‘blind’ club.
ROHAN CONNOLLY Little has changed in Sydney's world since it last played Richmond. But for the Tigers, who haven't lost a game since, it's a lifetime.
JESSE HOGAN No players are facing suspension heading into the final round of the home-and-away season.
MATT MURNANE It's still one week away for Essendon and every club above them, but for eighth-placed Richmond, finals start this Saturday against ladder-leading Sydney.
JESSE HOGAN The match review panel is not expected to have a big say on selection for the last round of the home-and-away season, with few incidents overtly demanding scrutiny.
MATT MURNANE Richmond's Mission Impossible might yet turn out to be exactly that. Only one team (Brisbane in 1995) has come from so far down the ladder so late in the season to steal a finals spot, since the top eight system was introduced. From third last in round 14, to 8th by round 23.
Ronny Lerner All the action from today's five matches in AFL round 22.
WILL BRODIE This might be the year in which a player unfavoured by punters is awarded the AFL's highest individual honour.
LIAM MANNIX After years of playing as if they didn’t quite know how to win, the Tigers are learning to close out the tight ones, says coach Damien Hardwick.
ROHAN CONNOLLY Athletes who can play football are a dime-a-dozen in the AFL age. What’s perhaps at an even greater premium these days are genuine footballers who happen to be athletic. And Richmond might have got lucky on that score with key defender Alex Rance.
Richmond's Alex Rance has revealed he met Hawthorn to discuss a potential trade before recommitting to the Tigers.
JON PIERIK Just two months ago, as Richmond counted three wins alongside 10 defeats, Tony Jewell, the club's last premiership coach, vented his displeasure. He was critical of the club's game plan, in particular the chip-kicking and indirect style, and said the on-field leaders needed to take a stand.
LIAM MANNIX If Richmond's hot streak is built on raised training standards, then that in turn may be built on the hard line club captain Trent Cotchin has started to take with teammates.
ASHLEY PORTER The AFL's score review system again came under heavy fire on Saturday night when a goal was overturned, possibly costing Adelaide a place in the finals series.
AISHA DOW It was never going to be an easy task to find an unnamed street in one of Melbourne’s oldest suburbs, even to honour late Tigers football legend Jack Dyer.
ASHLEY PORTER Richmond's gutsy 10-point win against Adelaide in front of 50,459 hostile fans at Adelaide Oval last night must surely rate as one of its most crucial in recent times.
GARRY LYON The Richmond Football Club is gaining a reputation for being far too easily pleased. They won't like reading this but what other conclusion are we to draw from their abysmal start to the 2014 season, given the comments of four of their most senior players in recent weeks.
PETER HANLON That Ivan Maric makes Richmond better is an understanding that reaches beyond football, draping a sense of how things should be done over this famous club like, well, a mullet spilling over broad shoulders.
DANIEL CHERNY Richmond might be within sight of a Lazarus-style finals berth, but coach Damien Hardwick said you wouldn't know it from inside the club's walls.
LIAM MANNIX Richmond is pumped to continue winning streak after six wins on the trot.
Lee Crossley and Ronny Lerner All the action from today's five matches in AFL round 21.
GREG BAUM This was not the Dreamtime game. It was more important than that; it was the time to dream game.
JAKE NIALL Richmond's late charge for the AFL finals has survived an almighty challenge from Essendon.
Lee Crossley All of a sudden Richmond has a (very) outside chance of making the finals. But will the dreams end after Friday night's clash against Essendon?
Chief executive Gillon McLachlan admits the AFL erred in its handling of Reece Conca's "appalling" hit on Devon Smith last weekend.
JESSE HOGAN Nathan Foley is no longer one of Richmond's elite midfielders, but with injuries now being kept at bay, the understated 28-year-old is producing performances that are delighting his coach.
AFL football operations boss Mark Evans has briefed club chief executives over potential changes to the league's match review panel (MRP).