MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 9: Josh Jenkins of the Crows marks ahead of Anthony Miles of the Tigers during the 2016 AFL Round 03 match between the Richmond Tigers and the Adelaide Crows at the Etihad Stadium, Melbourne on April 9, 2016. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

The Brisbane Lions have reportedly tabled a lucrative offer to in-form Adelaide key forward Josh Jenkins, according to Fox Footy.

The contract offer is said to be worth $750,000 per season, over five years.

Despite Jenkins’ wish to remain in Adelaide, the offer is reportedly far greater than what the Crows are willing to offer the 27-year-old.

Jenkins has played 78 games with the Crows since making his debut in Round 7, 2012 against Geelong, booting 147 goals.

He spent two years on Essendon’s rookie list without playing a senior game, before being traded to Adelaide.


  1. Surely he wouldn’t be dumb enough to go play for a shit side like lion’s hopefully he stays crow’s have been butchered enough losing the likes of tippett and danger

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