The Bulldogs have made three further list changes ahead of the 2015 AFL season.
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The Western Bulldogs have made three list changes ahead of the first AFL list lodgment deadline on Friday.
Big forward Jack Redpath has been rewarded for an excellent 2014 season with an upgrade to the Dogs’ senior list, and joins Lin Jong as promoted rookies.
Mark Austin and Alex Greenwood have both not been offered contracts for the 2015 season.
Austin was selected at pick no.25 in the 2006 national draft by Carlton and went on to play 15 games for the Blues, before moving on to the Bulldogs at the end of the 2012 season where he notched up 29 appearances with the Bulldogs.
Greenwood has been delisted by the Bulldogs without playing a senior game after being picked at selection 45 in the 2011 draft.
Bulldogs list manager Jason McCartney thanked both players for their time at the club.
“We thank both Mark and Alex for the commitment they’ve shown throughout their time at Whitten Oval,” McCartney said.
“Both players have conducted themselves with a high level of professionalism , and we wish them the very best for the future.”