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Tigers Miller, Moore to announce retirement
Richmond forward Brad Miller. Picture: AFL Media.

UPDATE: Richmond's Brad Miller and Kelvin Moore have announced their retirement today after informing the playing group this morning.

Moore, 28, has managed 87 games since 2002 in a career dogged by injury, culminating in a hip reconstruction which sidelined him for almost a season and a half before his round 16 return this season.

Miller joined the Tigers last year after being de-listed by Melbourne, where he played 133 games since 2002.

The 29-year-old has been in and out of the side this year.

“It is sad to see two fantastic individuals leave the Richmond Football Club, but we wish both Kel and Brad every success for the future,” general manager of football Craig Cameron said.

“Kel is one of the most popular players at the club, and has been through some tough times with injury. To return to the playing field after some doctors told him he never would, is a credit to his mental toughness and commitment to play with his team-mates.

“Brad has made an undeniable impact in his two years at the Club. His leadership qualities have shone, both on and off the field, and he has provided us with very good value as a key target, while our young forwards have been developing.”

The retirements are both effective immediately.

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