Adelaide has delisted Harry Dear, Jackson Edwards and Ben Jarman.
The trio were told on Tuesday their contracts would not be renewed for the 2019 season.
“It’s always a difficult time of the year in the AFL industry,” Adelaide's head of football Brett Burton said.
“Harry, Jackson and Ben are all quality young men and their commitment during their time at the Club has been first-class.
“On behalf of everyone at the Adelaide Football Club, we wish them all the best in the future.
“They will always be part of the Crows family.”
Dear played 50 SANFL games across four seasons on Adelaide's list, but failed to make his AFL debut.
Jarman and Edwards, both father-son selections, also failed to crack the senior side after time on the rookie list.
With the Crows also losing Curtly Hampton and Sam Gibson to retirement, the Crows will not make any more list changes until the trade period.