Tuesday, 9 September 2014
Richmond has acted quickly
following its elimination final defeat, cutting seven players from its list, including forward Aaron Edwards.
Brett O'Hanlon and Brad Helbig have also been delisted, as well as rookies Orren Stephenson, Ben Darrou, Cadeyn Williams and Todd Banfield.
They join retiring pair Jake King and Daniel Jackson, taking the total list turnover to nine ahead of the upcoming trade and free agency period.
"We'd like to thank all of these players for their hard work during their time at the Richmond Football Club," Tigers football manager Dan Richardson said.
"They have each made their own contribution to the club and we wish them all the best in their future endeavours."
Thursday, 3 October 2013
Aaron Edwards, Jake Batchelor, Ben Griffiths and
Todd Elton sign one-year deals with Richmond.
Friday, 5 July 2013
Former Kangaroo Aaron Edwards will
face his former as a Tiger and North Melbourne coach Brad Scott admits the club was reluctant to let him go.
"We'd have love to have kept him - but we really felt if Aaron Edwards stayed on our list, then Aaron Black would have been playing the VFL," Scott said.
"Majak Daw wouldn't have had his opportunity this year. We're fortunate in terms of the number of key position forwards we've had on our list.
"It was disappointing to lose Azza, but we had to keep moving forward. I hope he doesn't hurt us."
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
Aaron Edwards has avoided a club-imposed suspension, despite being locked up by police just two days after being recruited by Richmond.
The 28-year-old has instead been handed a two-match suspended sentence.
Friday, 2 November 2012
Damien Hardwick says Aaron Edwards will learn a harsh lesson when the Tigers' leadership group sanctions him for a recent drunken escapade.
"He was deeply embarrassed by it," Hardwick told SEN radio.
"We all make mistakes and he'll learn a pretty harsh lesson. We'll deal with that when our leadership group gets back."
Monday, 29 October 2012
New Richmond forward Aaron Edwards has been fined for being intoxicated in a public place.
"The man was arrested in Collins St, lodged in police cells and given a penalty notice for being drunk in a public place," a police spokesperson said about Edwards.
Friday, 4 May 2012
Despite being one of the best converters for goal in the game, Aaron Edwards says his spot in the team is never guaranteed.
"I don't take my spot in the team for granted, I never have I'll continue to battle to hold my spot. I never feel settled," Edwards said.
"But I definitely see myself as more of a senior player now, as opposed to previous years when I was just hopeful of getting a game."
Tuesday, 20 September 2011
North Melbourne forward Aaron Edwards has re-signed with the Kangaroos after a career-best season in front of goals.
"We rated his work ethic and commitment extremely highly and we were particularly pleased with his ability to adapt and change his game style under [coach] Brad [Scott]," North Melbourne's chief of football Donald McDonald said.
"We think there's lots of room for improvement in Aaron and his best footy is still ahead of him. There's no reason to think he won't live up to that potential."
Saturday, 17 April 2010
North Melbourne looks set to provide Aaron Edwards with an opportunity to show he belongs in the club's long-term plans.
"We are certainly going to give him that opportunity," North Melbourne coach Brad Scott said.
"We are still looking for the ideal mix, but Aaron's talent and his performance last week suggests he will be around for a long time. He has had to really work hard for his spot ... so he's definitely hungry."
Tuesday, 8 December 2009
After finally getting a correct diagnosis on his thumb, Aaron Edwards says he is in his best ever physical condition.
Edwards was booked in for surgery when a CT scan showed a chipped bone and frayed ligament in his thumb. X-rays had initially failed to identify any serious damage earlier in the year.
"I'm lighter than I've been since I've been to the club and I'm running better times in all the time trials," Edwards said.
"I feel that I'm in better shape than previous years so I've got to keep on going in that direction."
Friday, 26 June 2009
North Melbourne interim coach Darren Crocker has followed the lead of his equivalent at Richmond, Jade Rawlings, and swung the selection axe for his first match in charge.
The inclusion of debutant Liam Anthony is among four changes to the side that will meet the Western Bulldogs on Sunday.
Making way are youngsters Jack Ziebell (out due to a broken leg) and Gavin Urquhart, along with Sam Power and Aaron Edwards.
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
North Melbourne forward Aaron Edwards says swearing off alcohol was something he had to do to remain in the AFL.
"It wasn't really a hard decision," Edwards said.
"It's something I have to do to stay on an AFL list. I love my job and I love what I'm doing so I've been off the drink and it's been good for me.
"I'm trying to build a career and I think that might hold me back a little bit so it was a good decision."
Tuesday, 5 May 2009
Aaron Edwards has had his driver's licence for four years after a traffic infringement incurred during Australia Day went to court on Monday.
Friday, 24 April 2009
North Melbourne coach Dean Laidley says the Roos' forward line will benefit from the return of Aaron Edwards who returns from suspension.
"We've missed Aaron, there's no doubt about that," Laidley said.
"Now we're starting to get a little bit of a mix, a bit similar to what we had previously."
Wednesday, 22 April 2009
North Melbourne's Adam Simpson says teammate Aaron Edwards is poised to return to the side after being suspended by the leadership group for speeding and subsequently refusing an alcohol test on his way to training in January.
"He's been really good for such a long spell out," Simpson said.
"You'd think you could waver a bit but I haven't seen anything like that.
"The thing about Aaron is he's been playing. It's not a form issue and he's been playing pretty good footy so it's just going to come down to whether there's a spot there for him."
Monday, 26 January 2009
Kangaroo Aaron Edwards will miss the first four games of 2009 after being caught speeding this morning with alcohol in his system.
Monday, 3 December 2007
Several Kangaroos players including Aaron Edwards, Shannon Grant and Hamish McIntosh are involved in an altercation with security and police.
Edwards, in particular, is reported to have been significantly drunk and will face disciplinary action by the club.
The players were attending a concert at Scotchmans Hill winery at Drysdale, near Geelong.
Another Kangaroo, Matt Campbell, was charged with resisting arrest and being drunk in public in an unrelated incident.