With Lachie Young departing the Dogs, they needed a replacement. Enter Hawthorn free agent Tim O’Brien. But is he fantasy relevant?
It was no surprise to see a club pick up Luke Dunstan as an unrestricted free agent. But is Melbourne a good fit for him?
The move of George Hewett to Carlton is one of the confusing recent free agency moves. Here’s why.
It came as no surprise that Jake Kelly was one of the first deals finalised from the offseason. The former Crow moved seamlessly into the red and black of Essendon and immediately helps bolster an already potent backline.
Mabior Chol gets the award for the first player movement of the offseason. As an unrestricted free agent, he departed Tigerland for the Gold Coast Suns. But is it a fantasy footy relevant move?
This is a very tough week for unique free agents as we have 8 teams on the bye in what is, thankfully, the final week of byes. This week’s list is made up of players that could be one-week wonders in your side, stepping in to cover for one of
Just the three players again this week due to it being the second of three bye rounds. Making the list are a couple of players fresh off the bye last week that have the potential to help your side in the second half of the year, particularly a North midfielder who could’ve been on his way to his first 100 average season if not for a bad injury in the pre-season. Speaking of injury, also on the list is a much-loved Collingwood forward who returned from a broken leg with a bang!
One of my favourite parts of fantasy footy is nabbing a free agent off the waiver wire before anyone else does and watching him turn into a gun scorer for my draft sides. Each week I’ll bring you some names to consider for your Ultimate Footy side that will hopefully give you the edge you need. To be eligible, a player needs to be available as a free agent in at least 30% of Ultimate Footy leagues.