Fremantle has de-listed midfielders Nick Lower, Dylan Roberton and Jesse Crichton from its primary AFL list, but former Collingwood forward Jack Anthony has survived the cut.
Anthony was recently asked to consider his future at the Dockers despite having a year to run on his lucrative three-year contract.
The 24-year-old has played just eight games since crossing from Collingwood at the end of 2010, and faces a stiff challenge to work his way back into favour among Fremantle's coaching staff.
Roberton, who notched 37 games over three seasons, failed in his bid to secure a move to a Victorian club during the recent trade period, and is likely to try his luck in the pre-season draft.
Lower played 22 games for the Dockers since switching from Port Adelaide at the end of 2010.
But the 25-year-old managed just three games in 2012, with the lingering effects of multiple concussions limiting his ability to train and play.
Crichton and Lower will continue to train with the Dockers.
Former rookies Clancee Pearce and Lee Spurr have been added to Fremantle's senior list, while Danyle Pearce has joined the club from Port Adelaide.
Defender Antoni Grover retired, Greg Broughton joined Gold Coast and Jay van Berlo was de-listed.