So the AFL change the rules regarding rookie selections so clubs can list players who have previously spent time on an AFL list without these players nominating for the draft. Initially it was the Mumford/Zac Clarke rule - meaning the player had spent a year off an AFL. Not less than a week later it seems the rule has already moved. It looks like Mav Weller will get to Richmond under this rule despite only getting delisted this year by St Kilda.
This surely opens up a massive can of worms. As usual they haven’t thought this through. If a player retires and gets delisted and then doesn’t nominate for the draft there seems to be nothing stopping him from coming out of retirement and ending up at a new club.