'Social Talk' is back again in what is yet another week with plenty happening.

Here's what's made news on the socials this week:

'Tex' Walker's Season Over

Following findings of a racial comment made to an Adelaide teammate that was directed at North Adelaide SANFL player Robbie Young, Adelaide's Taylor Walker has been suspended for six AFL games and will need to make a $20,000 donation to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program in South Australia.

Walker was in attendance at the SANFL game on July 17 and the comment was overheard by a Crows official, who reported it to the club.

This is big news in a time where racism is still a massive issue in sport and all aspects of life, and not just in Australia, but around the world and it simply shouldn't be happening.

There was definitely plenty to say on the issue.

Viney Suspension

Melbourne's Jack Viney has been suspended for two games following "serious misconduct" on Gold Coast Suns defender Sam Collins.

The vision isn't a great look and it could be argued that a two-week suspension is light given the nature of the incident.

See the vision below and what has been said by some on the incident.

Player Retirements

Player retirements was a bit of a theme this week, with three players announcing their retirement from football.

Former Fremantle and current Collingwood Magpie Chris Mayne, Western Bulldogs' Lin Jong and West Coast's Daniel Venables all announced their retirements following issues with injury and personal reasons respectively.

We congratulate all three players on their career achievements and wish them all the best in all future endeavours.

Son Of A Gun Set To Make His AFL Debut

Richmond 2020 draftee Maurice Rioli Jnr, who is the son of Tiger great Maurice Rioli, is set to make his AFL debut for the Tigers this week after impressing in the VFL in recent times.

Rioli, 19, is an explosive, pressure forward with great tackling ability and an eye for goal and could make an immediate impact at AFL level.

Rioli Jnr was notified of his debut by coach Damien Hardwick in an emotional interview.

Cue the waterworks!


Freo Brings Back A Classic

In their round 18 clash with Richmond, Fremantle went retro and brought back a classic jumper that resembles the one that they played with during the early stages of their time in the AFL.

And didn't the fans love it!


Curnow Makes Successful Return To Footy

Carlton's Charlie Curnow made a successful return to football after two years on the sidelines due to a knee injury.

He probably didn't have the game he would have liked, finishing with just the one goal from eight touches, but getting through the game unscathed was the big win of the day for him.

The goal wasn't too bad either, and left Blues fans in awe of what they can expect from their young star moving forward with some more games under his belt.

WATCH: Jarrod Berry With The Trick Shot!

How's this for a trick shot!

Brisbane's Jarrod Berry showed off his creativity here mixed with basketball skills in this unbelievable trick shot that got his Brisbane teammates right up and about.