MATTHEW Wright has joined Brodie Martin and Sam Siggins as departures from Adelaide's senior list with the Crows delisting the half-forward on Wednesday.
The club's busy off-season, where it recruited Troy Menzel, Dean Gore, Curtly Hampton and Paul Seedsman, has seen the uncontracted 25-year-old leave after six years and 94 games.
"Matthew was very professional during his time at West Lakes and he always put the team’s needs first," Crows head of football David Noble said.
"After starting his career as a rookie he worked hard to get the most out of himself.
"Matthew was a popular member of our playing group and the club wishes him all the best for the future."
Wright was originally drafted as a rookie in 2009 and made his AFL debut in round four, 2011 before being promoted to the senior list the following year.
He kicked 63 goals in his career and played 16 games this season before finishing the year in the SANFL.
Rookies Jack Osborne and Anthony Wilson have also been delisted, while James Podsiadly and Brent Reilly retired and Patrick Dangerfield and Sam Kerridge have been traded.