STEWART Crameri's career at the Western Bulldogs is over, with the club not offering the forward another contract.
The 28-year-old has been delisted ahead of the first list lodgement next Tuesday.
Crameri joins fellow forward Travis Cloke, who announced his retirement on Wednesday, as the latest list changes by the club.
Lured to the Bulldogs on a four-year deal from Essendon at the end of 2013, Crameri has played only 46 games in the red, white and blue in that period, for a career total of 99.
Crameri played only two senior games this season because of a troublesome hip, while he missed the Dogs' 2016 premiership triumph due to a season-long doping ban for his part in the Bombers' supplements scandal.
AFL.com.au revealed back in September that Essendon had some interest in bringing Crameri back to Tullamarine, but that may have ended after they traded in Jake Stringer from the Dogs.
The Dogs have announced that small forward Mitch Honeychurch has a contract for next season. The 22-year-old had been linked with a move to Greater Western Sydney.
Defender Roarke Smith is likely to be upgraded to the senior list after spending the maximum three seasons on the rookie list.
It's a great show of faith in the 21-year-old as he's succumbed to two ACL tears in the past 18 months.