|Full name||Brayden Lyle|
|Date of birth||6 March 1973|
|Original team||Port Adelaide (SANFL)|
|Draft||124th overall, 1992 AFL Draft|
|Height/Weight||178 cm / 81 kg|
|Representative team honours|
|1997||South Australia||1 (?)|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2001 season.
2 State and International statistics correct as of 1997.
West Coast Eagles career (1995–1996)
Lyle spent the 1995 and 1996 seasons with West Coast, taking part in the Eagle's finals campaign in the former year but then continued to struggle to break into the West Coast Midfield, which was one of the AFL's strongest at the time.
Port Adelaide career (1997–2001)
He crossed to Port Adelaide (his original club) in 1997 for their inaugural AFL season. He was named vice-captain alongside teammate Matthew Primus and captained Port in their first game (due to Gavin Wanganeen being suspended). He averaged a career high 22 disposals the 1997 a remarkable turnaround after only playing 25 games for three years at West Coast. He was mostly used in the midfield as a centreman. Lyle won Port's Best Team Man award in his first two seasons (1997 and 1998). In 1997 he also represented South Australia in a State of Origin game against Victoria at Football Park and won the Fos Williams Medal.
With development of Port's depth in midfield he struggled in 2001 as younger, quicker players overtook him and he was delisted at the end of the year.
- Brayden Lyle's statistics from AFL Tables
- Holmesby, Russell and Main, Jim (2007). The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers. 7th ed. Melbourne: Bas Publishing.