GWS Giants claim first choice for Jye Caldwell

GWS Giants claim first choice for Jye Caldwell
GWS Giants claim first choice for Jye Caldwell
“He was an election in the middle of the first round and we certainly don’t see anything that has changed and he actually got better.”

“We have invested a tremendous amount of time in Jye, and Jye has done very well with our medical team.

“He had some injury problems when we brought him in but we took that into account and he’s got everything under control.

“It’s ready to play … it’s cherry ripe and ready to explode.”

Essendon’s initial offer for Caldwell was unacceptable to the Giants, but they could threaten to lead Caldwell through the preseason draft if a deal is not reached as Caldwell is not under contract, although all parties would prefer to avoid that option .

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Meanwhile, the Giants have announced that they have informed Geelong that they are interested in picks and players as the Cats attempt to develop a deal to please Greater Western Sydney in return for Cameron.

Sources said the Giants have their eyes on Brandan Parfitt, but the cats firmly believe they want to keep the recently signed 22-year-old who played the grand finale with a broken thumb. Parfitt has shown no desire to leave Geelong.

The cats have picks 13, 15, and 20 as well as future picks that could also be used to meet the Giants’ demands. Tim Kelly was brought to the West Coast for a series of picks last year. Their list manager Stephen Wells said the cats had enough assets to meet the giants’ demands.

“There are some interesting players, but there are also some nice tips to help us work this through,” said McCartney.

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McCartney told ABC that they had been in touch with Cameron to let him know that they agreed with Geelong’s offer and that returning to the club was still an option for the club.

“We’d absolutely love Jeremy Cameron if he continued with the Giants,” said McCartney.

The Giants signed the former Docker Jesse Hogan for a year on Wednesday and want to trade with the Ruckman Braydon Preuss from Melbourne. They must also negotiate Jackson Hately’s departure for Adelaide.

Peter Ryan is a sports reporter for The Age who covers AFL, horse racing and other sports.

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