West Coast have made tough list management calls on midfielder Bradd Dalziell and Cale Morton with both delisted by the club today.
The decision was extremely brutal for Dalziell who took steps towards re-establishing his AFL career in 2013, playing 17 games.
The 26-year-old, who played 43 AFL games overall including 28 for the Eagles, averaged 16.5 touches and almost a goal per game in the midfield for the Eagles this year.
Morton, the number four draft pick in 2007, played 73 AFL games for Melbourne but fell from favour in 2012 and was traded to the Eagles at the end of the year for the 87th pick in the draft.
The 23-year-old played just three games for the Eagles in 2013, averaging 10 touches a game.Dalziell immediately tweeted a picture of himself with his young son, with the message: "I guess there are bigger things in life #noregrets #nomorecommunitycamp"