Giants keeping AFL talent far from rivals

Josh Kelly is keeping them waiting but AFL premiership favourites features GWS Giants now have most of their major stars locked up on long term contracts.

Pacy midfielder Dylan Sheil, Who surely would have been essentially the most coveted Giants coming off contract, Signed a two year extendable on Monday Odell Beckham Jersey cheap,

At the outset of 2017, Shiel, Midfielder Kelly and key forward Jon Patton were among the most known Giants coming off contract at the end of this season.

In contrast, Patton and Shiel are now against the rules to rival clubs, With rising defenders Zac Williams and Adam Tomlinson also signing contract plug-ins this year.

Kelly and expert forward Steve Johnson, Who will likely to retire at the end of this season, Are the only players who finished in the top ten of the Giants 2016 best and fairest yet to decide to the club beyond this year https://www.teamgiantsprojersey.com/87-Sterling-Shepard-Giants-Jersey.

Beyond that group, Skilful small downward Devon Smith, Kelly and up and coming midfielder Jacob Hopper remain unsigned for next season.

North Melbourne are reportedly preparing a nine year $9 million offer to lure Kelly home to Victoria Eli Manning Jersey cheap.

Monday was nevertheless a mixed day for the Giants, Peculiarly their midfielders.

Their joy and bliss at keeping Shiel in the fold was tempered by ankle injuries to veteran Ryan Griffen and 2016 No.5 condensation pick Will Setterfield.

Both men could be out for ten weeks with a syndesmosis problem Jason Pierre-Paul jersey, The same identical issue that has sidelined fellow midfielder Stephen Coniglio https://www.teamgiantsprojersey.com/21-Dominique-Rodgers-Cromartie-Giants-Jersey.

They join two additional midfielders, Brett Deledio together with Tendai Mzungu, For injury list, Though Matt de Boer is poised to supplement that depleted area after dealing with a hamstring injury.