There will be plenty to celebrate in 2019, with a number of Crows approaching significant milestones this season.
Eddie Betts is just five games away from joining the coveted 300-game club after reaching 295 in 2018.
The three-time All Australian would become the sixth Crow to play 300 AFL games, behind Andrew McLeod (340), Tyson Edwards (321), Mark Ricciuto (312), Ben Hart (311) and Scott Thompson (308).
In 2018, he ticked off a number of personal milestones including the birth of his twin daughters in April and reaching 100 in the tricolours in Round Nine.
Just 27 goals shy, Betts will also be aiming to record his 300th goal for the Club, while he needs 37 to record 600 AFL goals.
Rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in 2017 put Brodie Smith’s plans of reaching 150 games on hold but the half-back’s strong return last season put him just five games away from reaching the milestone.
After kicking 46 majors to take out Adelaide’s Leading Goalkicker Award in 2018, Jenkins is just one goal shy of Club legend Andrew McLeod’s tally of 275 career goals and 26 away from reaching 300.
Prospective player milestones in 2019:
Eddie Betts (currently 295 games)
Richard Douglas (237)
Sam Jacobs (196)
Brodie Smith (145)
Josh Jenkins (136)
Luke Brown (135)
Matt Crouch (90)
Paul Seedsman (88)
Kyle Hartigan (82)
Wayne Milera Jnr (43)
Riley Knight (39)
Hugh Greenwood (37)
Cam Ellis-Yolmen (29)
Source: Adelaide Crows website