Behind the scenes of Jesse Hogan’s Giant resurrection

Hogan and Callan Ward celebrate the Giants’ win over Port Adelaide.Credit: Getty Images

“It kept coming back to Jesse not being a bad person – he was a good person who had a lot of s— happen in his life,” McCartney told this masthead. “We thought he could help us, and we could help him.”

Hogan’s rocky journey

GWS were well aware of Hogan’s pedigree as a one-time junior prodigy who won the AFL’s Rising Star award in 2015 – becoming the first key forward since Nick Riewoldt…

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