MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 21: Jack Silvagni of the Blues and Sam Docherty of the Blues look on during a Carlton Blues AFL training session at Ikon Park on November 21, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

Carlton’s Jack Silvagni hasn’t played a game for the Blues in 2019, and some insiders at the club believe it could be his final year at Ikon Park.

Silvagni is yet to tie down a regular position in the Blues’ best 22, playing a possible 43 of 66 games during his time at Carlton.

According to, those inside the Blues’ camp believe the best thing for Silvagni in order to further his AFL career might just be a move away from Carlton.

“He hasn’t played a game so far this year – I know that he’s had some injury troubles in the pre-season,” Morris said on Fox Footy’s On the Couch.

“There are views at Carlton as well that the best thing for Jack Silvagni might actually be to get out of Carlton.

“He’s got some talent, he works really hard, he’s out of contract at the end of the year. And the reason for this is because of SOS (Stephen Silvagni). His dad being at the club is difficult for him.

“He puts a lot of pressure on himself, Jack Silvagni. And I just wonder whether a trade is actually the best sort of thing for all parties in this sort of situation, in that environment.”

Silvagni has career averages of 10.2 disposals, 3.7 marks, 2.7 tackles and has a total of 32 goals to his name, including 19 from 20 games in 2017.