With Port Adelaide big man Jackson Trengove joining the Western Bulldogs on Friday, seven players have now been listed at both clubs.
Nathan Eagleton and Brett Montgomery are the most high-profile duo to have played for both teams.
Eagleton finished up on 277 matches (56 with Port Adelaide and 221 with the Dogs) when he retired in 2010 while Montgomery ended up with 204 (126 and 78) when he pulled the pin in 2007.
Josh Mahoney might not have played as many games as Eagleton or Montgomery, but the journeyman ended up with a coveted premiership medal after being part of the Power’s 2004 grand final win.
Mahoney, who also played for Collingwood for two years, finished up with a career tally of 97 games (11 with the Dogs and 67 with Port Adelaide).
Some lesser known players to have played for both clubs are Adam Morgan, Nick Lower and Scott Bassett.