FORMER first-round pick Ayce Cordy headlines six players delisted by the Western Bulldogs.

Cordy, who was selected under the father-son rule at No.13 in the 2008 NAB AFL Draft, departs Whitten Oval having played just 27 games in seven seasons 

The 25-year-old battled injuries early in his time at the Dogs, but failed to take ample opportunities as a ruckman-forward in recent seasons.

Coach Luke Beveridge gave him a run of seven successive games from round two this season but he failed to cement his place and wasn't picked again after round nine.

The Bulldogs recruited Cordy's younger brother Zaine in last year's draft.

Running defenders Sam Darley and Matthew Fuller join Cordy as senior-listed players looking for a new home.

Darley played seven games for the Dogs in two seasons after being recruited from GWS while Fuller failed to play a game after being selected as a mature-aged recruit with pick 42 in the 2013 Draft.

Rookies Brett Goodes (22 games), Daniel Pearce (6) and Jordan Kelly (0) have also been told their services are no longer required.