MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 23: Jack Graham of the Tigers grabs the ball during the Second AFL Preliminary Final match between the Richmond Tigers and the Greater Western Sydney Giants at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 23, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Could Jack Graham be headed for the exit door at Richmond?

The premiership Tiger has fallen out of favour at the club, having played just six games in 2020 and has not been seen since their Round 8 loss to GWS.

According to AFL Media’s Cal Twomey, rival clubs are keeping tabs on the midfielder, who falls out of contract at the end of 2020.

Twomey believes that clubs view Graham as a “gettable” player having fallen out of favour at selection.

“He’s out of contract and talks had started on a new deal prior to the COVID-19 contract shutdown,” Twomey told AFL Media’s Footy Feed.

“He’s also out of the side, last weekend he played for an Essendon side in a scratch match so some others have gone ahead of him in the queue at Richmond – and other clubs are certainly seeing him as a gettable player now.

“He’s a South Australian, a hard-bodied midfielder … he can come in and make an impact straight away which he did at Richmond.

“They (Adelaide) are keen to build up their midfield … depending on what happens to Brad Crouch as well. They’d be one of the clubs out there who will have a look.

“A number of other clubs are watching this space with Jack Graham.”

A shoulder injury ruled Graham out of Richmond’s Grand Final win over the Giants in 2019.

He was presented with the Francis Bourke award for his preliminary final performance the same year, having played out the game dislocating his shoulder four times.