|Full name||Brett Chalmers|
|Date of birth||23 April 1973|
|Original team(s)||Port Adelaide|
|Height/Weight||195 cm / 94 kg|
75 (20)0 (0)
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1999 season.
A highly rated player from Port Adelaide in the South Australian National Football League, Chalmers was first drafted to the VFL/AFL by the Richmond Football Club with the No. 103 selection in the 1989 VFL draft; however, Chalmers never took up the offer and remained in the SANFL for the next three years. After Richmond's claim to him expired, he nominated for the 1992 AFL National Draft, and was selected by the Collingwood Football Club with the No. 10 selection. However, it soon emerged that Chalmers had engaged in draft tampering: in an attempt to get to Collingwood, he had contacted most other AFL clubs and told them that he would remain in the SANFL if another club drafted him. In response, the AFL issued Chalmers a huge $30,000 fine, and made him ineligible to play for Collingwood for three years.
- Stephen Linnell (9 June 1993). "Chalmers fined $30,000". The Age (Melbourne, VIC). p. 34.
- "Kyle Chalmers ready to make a splash in world swimming championships". The Sydney Morning Herald. 4 August 2015. Retrieved 28 August 2015.
- Brett Chalmers's statistics from AFL Tables
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