Pearce joined Geelong in a coaching capacity following her retirement from the AFLW earlier in the year, but remains at Channel Seven as an analyst on Thursday night footy, leaving some club's unwilling to grant the three-time All-Australian access to their rooms.
Per reports from the Herald Sun, Brisbane have informed the network that Pearce won't be granted pre or post match access to their rooms, while SEN have reported that the Bulldogs will grant the 34-year-old access for the Thursday night clash.
After reports emerged of Brisbane's decision, Channel Seven's managing director Lewis Martin said the network would "respect" the club's stance on the issue.
“My view was that we'd roll along with the season and as Daisy's role at Geelong has become a bit more clear, then obviously there were going to be some clubs to respond to that,” Martin said on SEN Breakfast.
“We'll respect that and have a chat with Daisy this week. Without dismissing it, because it's a football issue, it's not really critical for us.
“We'll respect various clubs. Some clubs may be different, some clubs talked to us about it (in the) pre-season, it wasn't an issue at all.
“But I think what happens… once that first ball is bounced, when you're dealing with clubs (in) pre-season compared to when the season is on, they become different beasts and we appreciate that, it's a highly, highly competitive competition.”
Pearce joined the Cats in February as a development coach after hanging up the boots on a very successful playing career, captaining the Demons to a premiership while winning three best and fairest awards for the club.