Port Adelaide has finalised its list ahead of the AFL's first list lodgement on Tuesday, delisting three players.
Matt White, Jesse Palmer and Brett Eddy have all been advised they won't be offered a new contract for the 2018 season.
White leaves with the most experience, having played 105 games for Richmond before joining the Power in 2014 to play another 48 games, winning Goal of the Year in 2014.
Palmer played three games for the Power in 2016, while Eddy, a mature-aged forward, also played three games at the start of the 2017 season.
Port Adelaide general manager of football Chris Davies thanked the trio.
“Matthew came to Port Adelaide in 2014 and has been a really important member of the squad with his speed and ability to hit the scoreboard,” he told portadelaidefc.com.au.
“Regrettably, injury robbed Matthew of all but a few minutes of football in 2016, but he fought back to make an impact in the AFL in 2017 and was also a great leader with our young SANFL team.
“Jesse finished 2016 strongly, earning his AFL debut in Round 21 and holding his place for the remainder of the year. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to break into the Power side this season despite solid form with the Magpies.
“Brett’s strong pre-season, after joining us as a rookie last summer, earned him a Round One AFL debut in our win over Sydney. He continued to push for senior selection all season, winning his second successive Ken Farmer medal for the SANFL’s leading goalkicker.”