Tyson Stengle

Signs with Cats
FGeelong Cats
October 10, 2021
Stengle signed with the Cats on Monday, Mitch Cleary of 7NEWS Melbourne reports.
Stengle finished the 2020 campaign with a four-match ban for having an illicit substance, and he didn't play in 2021 after he parted ways with Adelaide in March. He'll attempt to carve out a role with Geelong in 2022.
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Parts ways with Crows
FFree Agent
March 16, 2021
Stengle is parting ways with Adelaide, per Matt Turner of Super Footy.
Stengle finished the season with a four-match ban for having an illicit substance and his relationship with the Crows may have soured in the offseason. He'll need to find a new club soon into 2021 but with just eight goals in 12 matches last season, his role may not be anything substantial.
Suspended four games
FAdelaide Crows
October 10, 2020
Stengle was suspended four games for being caught with an illicit substance, Mitch Cleary of the AFL's official site reports.
Stengle was issued a four-game suspension during the league shutdown earlier in 2020, and he'll be forced to miss the start of the 2021 season as well. The forward collected 117 disposals with eight goals during the 2020 campaign.
Getting round off
FAdelaide Crows
August 4, 2020
Stengle will sit out Round 10 versus the Demons for management purposes, Kieron Turner of the Crows' official site reports.
Stengle is set for his first absence since being suspended four games for a drink-driving infraction during the league shutdown. Given that he's not dealing with a noticeable injury, Stengle should be back in the mix for Round 11.
Available for selection
FAdelaide Crows
July 7, 2020
Stengle has served his suspension and will be available for selection, according to Callum Twomey of afl.com.
Stengle has yet to play since the restart but has finished out his suspension for a drink-driving incident and will hope to return to the lineup against West Coast.
Facing club suspension
FAdelaide Crows
May 30, 2020
Stengle will be sidelined for the team's next four games due to suspension for drink-driving, Fox Sports reports.
Stengle will miss through the July 4 clash with Freemantle and would then be eligible for the team's Round Six matchup in the second week of July. The 21-year-old forward notched a goal, two goal assists and 11 disposals in the Round One tilt versus contest versus Sydney.