Carlton has delisted four players after their tough 2018 season.
Aaron Mullett, Cam O’Shea, Matthew Shaw and Jesse Glass-McCasker have been advised that they will not have their contracts renewed.
Mullett came from North Melbourne at the end of last year, managing 13 senior games at the Blues after 85 at the Roos.
O’Shea and Shaw also both came at the end of last year, with O’Shea arriving via the pre-season draft from Port Adelaide while ex-Gold Coast Sun Shaw came through the 2017 rookie draft.
O’Shea managed 11 games in blue, while Shaw was picked twice.
Glass-McCasker came to the club via the 2016 rookie draft and didn’t manage a game.
“It’s always a hard time of the year across the industry making list changes and saying goodbye to players,” Carlton Head of Football Brad Lloyd said.
“We wish Aaron, Cam, Matt and Jesse all the best for their future endeavours.
“They have all contributed strongly to our football program over recent years and should be proud of their achievements during their time at Carlton.”
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