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Sam Edmund's trade update on Henry, Dow, Bedford and more


Ahead of the trade period beginning next Monday, SEN Chief Sports Reporter Sam Edmund has the latest on a whole host of names.

Edmund speaks about the futures of fringe Blue Paddy Dow, Collingwood forward Ollie Henry, Gold Coast’s Jack Bowes and more.

See the latest updates here:

Toby Bedford (Melbourne)

“He is still weighing up his options and Melbourne is confident that he is going to stay,” he said on SEN Mornings.

“He is out of contract and has had a stack of interest, it must be said. I know the Giants are absolutely interested in a player like Toby Beford.”

Josh Corbett (Gold Coast)

“He has met with Fremantle and other clubs about a potential move,” he said.

“He wants regular football and he’ll move to a club that gives him the best chance of doing that.”

Paddy Dow (Carlton)

“He’s just going to have to be patient,” he said.

“It’s one of those ones where he’s contract and he’s staying at Carlton unless he decides to pursue something else.

“At last check, nothing concrete has come across his desk. If the deal is right, he would be tempted (to leave).

“But at the moment, he is determined to stay and fight for his spot at the Blues.”

Jack Bowes (Gold Coast)

“This is one of the great fascinations of the trade period because it has been paired with pick number seven,” he said.

“Just about every club will be chasing that particular deal. I’m told Geelong and Essendon are the most likely there.”

Ollie Henry (Collingwood)

“For all the links to Geelong, I wonder how that trade would actually happen because Collingwood will want a handsome return for a player who was a first round pick a few years ago,” he said.

“He kicked 21 goals this year…yes he fell out of favour late in the season, but they’re not just going to hand him over.

“Can the Cats get this done considering everything else that is going on (with their other deal)?”

Sam Weideman (Melbourne)

“Melbourne say he’s happy to stay put and enter his final year of his contract.”

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