With the trade and free agency periods set to kick-off in a matter of days, the winds of changes ahead have lifted their knots.
Read up on all of today's news, rumours and analysis for this off-season.
Who? What? When? Where? Why? - We have you covered with our ultimate guide
From the names that are likely to land at your club, to those that are set to depart.
From the re-signings your side has already secured, to the draft hand at your recruiting team's disposal.
From the beginning of the madness, right until quitting time on the final day - we have you covered with our ultimate guide to the off-season events.
No interest in 'Captain Coniglio'
Despite several media members suggesting that a move back to Western Australia would benefit GWS captain Stephen Coniglio, the Giants' general manager of football operations Jason McCartney has claimed that no offers have arisen.
FULL STORY: Giants claim quiet on Coniglio front
Plenty to play out in pair of deals
Free agent Roo "unlikely" to remain at Arden Street
The 26-year-old, who is an unrestricted free agent, managed only 14 games this season after returning from a calf injury in Round 9.
Pies keen to pursue tall Cat, future of Dog still to be decided
However, Wright also expressed that he had not opened dialogue with the Dogs about luring Patrick Lipinski to the Holden Centre.
DETAILS: Magpies confirms talks for Cats tall
Could this fringe Pups make a Sweet steal?
Sweet made his AFL debut in Round 5 against the Suns and would tally a total of five appearances for the Dogs in 2021, often playing in the absence of either veteran ruck Stefan Martin or promising tall Tim English.
The 23-year-old was not selected in critical matches late into the season despite Martin's continued battle with injury, as Beveridge opted for defender Lewis Young to lead ruck duties while English played forward.
FULL STORY: Bulldogs tall on radar of rivals
Former Saint and Crow explains North move
The 31-year-old was not offered a new deal at Adelaide for the 2022 season, ending a 158-game stint at West Lakes.
Reports emerged last week that Lynch would be heading to the Kangaroos for next season, however would be doing so as a coach to aid the club's development.
Lynch confirmed his next move on Trade Radio this week, while stating there is a chance he could be pulling on the blue and white stripes.
FULL STORY: Delisted Crow confirms Roos move
Eclectic trifecta to stay on with Swans
Fledgling Magpies recommit
The club announced on Wednesday that Ruscoe has signed for two years, extending his time at the club to at least the end of 2023, whilst Ginnivan has extended for one season.