Carlisle has battled ongoing back injuries across his tenure in the red, white and black, playing just 27 games across the past three seasons.
The 29-year-old joined the Saints ahead of the 2017 season after six seasons with Essendon, playing a total of 151 games across his stints with the two Victorian clubs.
Jake Carlisle won’t be offered a new deal by the Saints He’s been struck down by two major back surgeries now in three years.
— Tom Browne (@TomBrowne7) August 18, 2021
The key-defender was an integral part of the Saints' impressive 2020 campaign, featuring in the club's elimination final victory over the Western Bulldogs before departing the club's Queensland hub to return home for the birth of his child.
Carlisle could be of value to rival AFL clubs, with several sides looking to bolster their key-position stocks for next season.
According to AFL.com's Nathan Schmook, the Dockers will part ways with the utility at season's end.
Reece Conca has been told he won’t be offered a contract beyond this season. Informed teammates this morning. More on @AFLcomau
— Nathan Schmook (@NathanSchmook) August 18, 2021
Conca has played 46 games with Fremantle since joining the club from Richmond at the end of the 2018 season.
The 29-year-old has played 10 games for the Dockers this season, with his latest match coming in Round 13.
Conca has played a total of 150 AFL matches after making his debut with the Tigers in the 2011 season.
The Perth product was awarded as Richmond's Best First-Year Player after his first season at Punt Road.