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Mark Stevens, Adelaide Forward
Mark Stevens pulls the plug - Wed 22/6, 6:45PM
NEWS: Citing the constancy of his injuries, Mark Stevens not only consigned the rest of 2005 to history, but also his career, saying he would retire. ANALYSIS: Stevens' best fantasy years were 2001 and 2002, but it's a long time since he has graced any serious fantasy side.
 
Mark Stevens, Adelaide Forward
Sore M. Stevens rolls ankle - Thu 17/3, 7:59PM
NEWS: Mark Stevens came off the ground late in the practice match against the Demons in what afl.com.au described as "a considerable amount of pain" after rolling his ankle. However, the Adelaide Advertiser reported that coach Neil Craig expects Stevens to be fit for round 1. ANALYSIS: Stevens is one of the most injury-prone players in the AFL, with a long history of knee, back and groin injuries. The Crows are expecting a lot of him this year with Carey and Burns gone from their forward line. Draft Stevens only if you're feeling lucky.
 
Mark Stevens, Adelaide Forward
M. Stevens takes his chance - Sun 27/2, 5:21AM
NEWS: Mark Stevens kicked three goals from 11 possessions in Adelaide's first round Wizard Cup defeat at the hands of Port Adelaide, and threw in four tackles for good measure. ANALYSIS: With the Crows' structure in flux after last season's coaching change, Stevens took the opportunity to show he could play more than the three games he was picked for in 2004. Injuries remain Stevens' greatest enemy.