The Eagles have announced the delisting of premiership forward Daniel Venables.
West Coast have stated they will look to explore options that could facilitate a return to football for the 22-year-old.
Venables has battled concussion and brain trauma since a head knock in May last year, which has sidelined him since.
West Coast list manager Darren Glass said the club will continue to support Venables.
“We remain committed to helping Dan strive to play senior football at our club again,” Glass said.
“But, as it has been since the incident, our primary focus remains Dan’s health and wellbeing.
“We will continue to explore with the AFL the options available to us to facilitate Dan’s return to senior football with us as soon as he is medically cleared to do so.”
Eagles have delisted Dan Venables today but still exploring options to get him back playing senior footy with them. Rookie one option being considered. https://t.co/NPx1P5AJle
— peter ryan (@petryan) November 30, 2020