On the final day of the Trade Period, everyone lost their mind and this is what ended up happening:
GWS traded Jonathan Giles and a round-four selection to Essendon for a round-three selection.
Port Adelaide fiiiiinally got Paddy Ryder, exchanging a round-one and a round-two selection with Essendon for the ruckman.
Essendon snagged Brownlow medallist Adam Cooney, sending a round-two pick to the Bulldogs.
The Suns have added Mitch Hallahan to their list with Hawthorn receiving two third-round picks in return.
Melbourne received Sam Frost, a round-two and a round-three selection from GWS in exchange for a round-two pick.
The Bulldogs received Shane Biggs and a round-two selection from Sydney for a higher round-two selection.
Liam Jones got his wish and was traded Carlton. The Bulldogs received a round-three pick in return.
And Adelaide got busy in the dying minutes, receiving Luke Lowden, Kyle Cheney and three round-three picks from Hawthorn in exchange for a round-two, round-three and round-four pick. The Crows also traded on a round-one and round-two selection to Geelong, receiving a higher round-one pick and a round-three selection.