Jed Adcock has taken an important step to proving he can still play at the elite level, gaining permission to train with the Western Bulldogs.
The former Brisbane Lions skipper has been linked to the Dogs over the past few weeks and the latest development has enhanced speculation the club will recruit Adcock via the rookie draft.
The 29-year-old has been doing his own fitness work with a personal trainer since his surprise delisting from the Lions at the end of the 2015 season.
Adcock’s manager has previously stated he was confident his client would find a new home.
The defender-midfielder, who was nominated for the All-Australian team in 2007, seems like a good fit for Luke Beveridge’s team – one that showed huge improvement by making the finals in 2015 and that will be aiming to take another step towards a premiership in 2016.
Adcock has played 20 or more games in the past five seasons – and had two top-three finishes in the Lions’ best and fairest, in 2005 and 2007.
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