CARLTON has delisted four players, including father-son pick Ben Silvagni and former Geelong recruit Darcy Lang.

Ex-St Kilda defender Hugh Goddard and untried youngster Finbar O'Dwyer are also among the cuts at Ikon Park, with the Blues conducting exit interviews on Monday after their season came to a disappointing end over the weekend.

Silvagni, the son of 312-game Carlton legend Stephen and the grandson of 239-game dual premiership player Sergio, didn't manage a senior game with Carlton after he was recruited two years ago with pick No.70.

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O'Dwyer, who was selected four picks prior to Silvagni in that same 2018 NAB AFL Draft class, also failed to make his Carlton debut.

Lang (No.16 pick in 2013) spent three years with the Blues after he was traded to the club from the Cats, but managed just 20 games, while Goddard made only two senior appearances after he was picked up as a rookie following his exit from the Saints.

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"Darcy, Hugh, Ben and Finbar worked hard on the field and were valued members of the playing group off it during their time at the club," Carlton football boss Brad Lloyd said in a statement on Monday.

"We thank each of them for their dedication to Carlton and wish them nothing but the best for the future."