The Blues have delisted four players after a bitterly disappointing season.
Carlton have today made four further changes to its list ahead of the upcoming AFL free agency and trade period.
Andrew McInnes and Tom Temay have been delisted, along with rookies Jaryd Cachia and Luke Reynolds.
It takes the total number of personnel changes at the Blues to seven, after Heath Scotland (retired), Nick Duigan (retired) and Josh Bootsma (contract terminated) already departed the club this season.
Carlton football operations manager Andrew McKay thanked the four players for their commitment and contribution to the club.
“Each of these players has made a contribution to our football club,” McKay said.
“We would like to thank them for all their hard work over the journey and wish them all the very best for the future.”
The AFL trade period begins on October 6, while the National Draft will take place on November 27.