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Free agent Martin among three cut by Crows

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ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 25: Brodie Martin of the Crows during the 2015 AFL round 17 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Gold Coast Suns at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia on July 25, 2015. (Photo by AFL Media)
Brodie Martin has been delisted by the Crows after 38 games across eight seasons

ADELAIDE has delisted restricted free agent Brodie Martin, ending his 38-game career with the Crows.

The club also cut rookies Anthony Wilson and Jack Osborn.

The trio joined Sam Siggins as delisted players, while James Podsiadly and Brent Reilly have already retired.

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Martin began his time at West Lakes as a rookie in 2007 and booted a goal with his first senior kick in 2009 before requiring a knee reconstruction.

Osborn was drafted as a Category B rookie in 2012, while Wilson was drafted last year. Neither made an AFL debut.

Crows head of football David Noble thanked all, particularly Martin, for their time and effort.

"I'd like to thank Brodie, Sam, Anthony and Jack for their contributions," Noble said. 

"It's a difficult time of year, saying goodbye to quality young men who have been part of our club for a period of time, and in Brodie's case the past eight years. 

"We wish all of the boys the very best for the future." 

The club expects to finalise its list after the trade and draft periods in October.