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Jay Schulz is a former professional Australian Rules Footballer who played for the Port Adelaide Power from 2010 to 2016 and prior to that the Richmond Tigers from 2003 to 2009. Jay played for the All-Australian under-17 side against Ireland in the International Rules series. He won the Ron Barassi Medal as best player for Australia during the series. Jay made his senior debut in 2003 for Richmond Tigers and in 2010 was traded to the Port Adelaide Power. Jay was known for his kicking accuracy throughout his career but equally he was known for his hardness in battle. He recently revealed how his brain has been damaged in 19 areas as a result of repeated head knocks and he is now an advocate for Concussion Passports. Jay suffered between 40 to 50 concussions during his career which resulted in swelling and internal bleeding. Since retiring Jay has opened up and explained how this has led to him suffering with anxiety, depressions, mood swings and memory loss.
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Port Adelaide & Richmond - 194 appearances | 333 goals Ron Barassi Medal - All Australian U17 Brain Trauma Awareness Concussion Passport Advocate Mental Health Advocate
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