AFL legends Eddie Betts and Damien Hardwick on Geelong star Tyson Stengle’s rise from drug bust hell

AFL greats have highlighted Cats star Tyson Stengle’s meteoric rise from being dropped over two drug busts to being named an All Australian as he played a big role in helping Geelong reach this year’s grand final.

The former Crow and Tiger was delisted by Adelaide in 2021 after a string of serious off-field incidents in a matter of months, including drink driving and twice being caught with an illicit substance. 

Adelaide were essentially left with no choice but to release the prodigiously talented forward, but based on the recommendation by assistant coach Eddie Betts, Geelong eagerly added him to their already high-powered forward line in the preseaosn.

As one of Stengle’s closest friends – and an apparent father figure to the Indigenous forward – Betts knew his distant relative had…

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