BRISBANE Lions small forward Josh Green has been delisted.
Green, 24, played 81 games after being drafted at No. 32 in 2010.
He was the club's leading goalkicker in 2014 and 2015.
He had signaled at the start of the year that he wanted to extend his contract at the Lions, and had hoped it would happen before the season began.
It was speculated in early September that the Lions would be open to trading Green and he has been linked with the Bombers.
"It is disappointing when any player departs, and Josh has given great service to our club," football manager David Noble told lions.com.au.
"We thank him for his time at the club and wish him all the best for his future."
A broken foot in January disrupted Green's pre-season. He joins Hugh Beasley, Billy Evans, Josh McGuinness, Jackson Paine and Josh Watts in being delisted, while Justin Clarke, Daniel Merrett and Trent West have retired and Pearce Hanley was traded to the Suns.
This photo sums up why it is hard to be leaving the lions after 6 years playing footy week in week out with these legends was the best fun I have ever had even though we didn't have much success,I wish nothing less than success for the current group of lions players, I would like to thank all the lions fans for their support, my close mates and most importantly my family for their support, and to walk away with life long friends is something I hold close to my heart. Cheers Greg