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Friday Aug 22 17:52 AEST
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Essendon players will reportedly be offered six month bans over their controversial 2011-12 supplements program, if they accept they doped.

Jeff Garlett. (AAP)
Jeff Garlett will not travel with the Blues for their clash with Port after being charged over a fight.

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