Richmond has finalised the changes to its playing list ahead of the AFL’s first list lodgement tomorrow (Thursday, October 31).
Luke McGuane, Robin Nahas, Tom Derickx and rookie Steven Verrier have been advised they will not be offered contracts for the 2014 season.
Shane Tuck and mature-age rookie Sam Lonergan both retired at the end of the 2013 season, while Matt White joined Port Adelaide during the AFL Free Agency period.
McGuane played 105 games for Richmond over eight seasons, with 12 games and 20 goals in his final year at the Club.
Nahas managed 83 games in five seasons, and kicked 100 goals, while Derickx played just two games in two years with the Tigers.
Richmond made one addition to its playing list during the recent trade and free agency period, bringing in ruckman Shaun Hampson from Carlton.
Mature-age rookie Ricky Petterd, who played 12 games in his debut season at Tigerland, will be elevated to the senior list for the 2014 season.
The Tigers currently hold selections 12, 50 and 68 in the 2013 National Draft, to be held on November 21 on the Gold Coast.