THE 2014 NAB AFL Trade Period saw 29 players change clubs.

That figure continues to grow during the delisted player free agency period.

Take a look at the latest images of these familiar faces in their new environments.

New Saint Tim Membrey during his first training session. Picture: Getty Images

Tim Membrey models his new jumper. Picture: Getty Images

Dayne Beams' move to the Lions was the biggest trade of the year. Picture: AFL Media

Former Hawk Mitch Hallahan shows off his new colours. Picture: Getty Images

New Magpies Travis Varcoe, Jack Crisp and Levi Greenwood. Picture: Getty Images

Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley cracks a smile with his new recruits. Picture: Getty Images

High-profile Bulldogs recruit Tom Boyd was involved in the biggest trade of the year. Picture: Getty Images

Former Saint James Gwilt will continue his career at the Bombers. Picture:
Two-time Lions club champion Joel Patfull is now a Giant. Picture:

Mitch Clark will restart his career at Geelong after moving from Melbourne. Picture:

Former Bulldog skipper Ryan Griffen moved to GWS in the highest-profile deal. Picture: Getty Images

Former Bulldog Liam Jones joined the Blues late in the trade period. Picture:

The Blues also rescued Matthew Dick from the scap-heap as a delisted free agent. Picture:

Adam Cooney moved to Essendon on the final day of the trade period. Picture: Getty Images

Allen Christensen moved from Geelong to the Brisbane Lions in a trade. Picture: AFL Media

Ex-Blue Jeff Garlett will continue his career at Melbourne after being traded. Picture:

Former Demon James Frawley joined the premiers as a free agent. Picture:

Sydney Swan Nick Malceski headed to Gold Coast on a lucrative free agency deal. Picture: Getty Images

Former Bulldog Shaun Higgins headed to the Roos as a free agent. Picture:

Jarrad Waite was the first to move in the free agency period, from Carlton to North. Picture: Getty Images