|Full name||Rhett Biglands|
|Date of birth||4 September 1977|
|Recruited from||Woodville-West Torrens (SANFL)|
|Height/Weight||198cm / 104kg|
|2000 – 2008||Adelaide||134 (59)|
1 Playing statistics to end of 2008 season .
He was recruited by Port Adelaide and placed on their list but did not play a game. He was delisted and drafted by the Crows.
But he suffered a serious knee injury in the first quarter of the 2006 preliminary final vs the West Coast Eagles at AAMI Stadium. Biglands and several other players dived for the ball in a desperate scramble in front of the interchange bench. As Biglands dived forward, his teammate Nathan Van Berlo dived heavily into his left leg snapping Biglands' left leg about 30 degrees causing him to clutch the knee and tearing the ACL inside his knee; he limped off and attempted to come back, but was to no avail. After missing the 2007 season due to reconstructive surgery of the knee, he sustained instability in the knee during a summer training session as the reconstructed ligament gave away. He had a second reconstruction on the knee in late February 2008.
On 18 August 2008, Rhett officially retired from AFL due to the prolonged recovery from the knee injury, after playing 134 games for the club. He was given a lap of honour of AAMI Stadium - driven round the ground in the back of an open car - before the 2008 round 22 game against the Western Bulldogs.
He suffered yet another ACL injury early in 2009.