Today marks the first day of the delisted free agency period, with clubs now having the opportunity to sign uncontracted players from November 3 until November 9, before another opportunity from November 11 to November 15.
It remains a somewhat rare occurrence, but nonetheless, an opportunity to pick up players ahead of the draft with little to no cost could be what most clubs are looking for.
We take a look at one delisted free agent that each club could be interested in taking.
The Crows' midfield is overloaded with inside onballers and would welcome some outside polish and speed. They also need another player who can push forward and connect with the forward line, having let Tom Lynch go.
They had the worst kick rating and the third-worst kicking efficiency in the AFL this year.
James Cousins, who was delisted by the Hawks after 35 games, will be looking for a chance to provide more midfield depth to other clubs that may need it.
The 23-year-old performed well for Hawthorn as a smooth and pacey player when given the opportunity.
— AFL (@AFL) June 20, 2021