In AFL Essendon wants the Federal Police to investigate a letter supposedly issued from the World Anti-Doping Agency.

And two NRL athletes re-commit to their clubs.

Thomas Brakstad reports.

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The news about the letter – which allegedly allows players to take an anti-obesity substance – emerged last week but WADA denies having sent it.

The AFL Commission wants to wait for the ASADA report before involving police.

Andrew Demetriou, AFL CEO: “We’ve seen it, we received a briefing and were handed a copy of the report on Monday. It’s been distributed to all the AFL commission, Essendon intend making the executive summary and the recommendation public early next week I imagine. I think they were due to do it today, but there’s been a slight legal hitch that I don’t think is really significant.”

In other AFL news West Coast captain Darren Glass has been declared free to play this weekend.

He was risking a three match ban after a rough tackle on Port Adelaide’s Paul Stewart.

Darren Glass, West Coast Captain: “Look, I understand what the umpire thought he saw and certainly when the player was laying on the ground like that, I was confident that in the end I would get off.”

Freemantle star Nathan Fyfe is facing a two match ban after kicking Richmond’s Daniel Jackson in the body.

To NRL, the Bulldogs have announced the re-signing of New Zealand International Greg Eastwood.

And Ben Creagh has signed a new two year deal with the Dragons.

Thomas Brakstad, QUT News.