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AFL boss Gillon McLachlan has confirmed there is no suggestion that the charged Essendon players had any knowledge of alleged doping.

Nakia Cockatoo. (Getty)
Exciting teenage talents Nakia Cockatoo and Cory Gregson have been offered new contracts with Geelong.

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If the captains of the AFL's 18 clubs are to be believed, it's Hawthorn's flag to lose this season.

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