Carlisle United have released midfielders Kevan Hurst and Marco Gbarssin and striker Jason Price with their contracts expiring this summer.
Hurst, 25, joined from Scunthorpe in August 2009, scoring five goals in 50 games and spent the last four months on-loan at Morecambe.
Gbarssin, 26, signed in January, but spent the end of the season on loan at Walsall.
Price, 33, ends his second spell at the club with one goal in four games.
Meanwhile winger Matty Robson has signed a two-year contract at Brunton Park, joining captain Paul Thirlwell in confirming his future to the club.
The 26-year-old has re-established himself in the Cumbrians first-team in a left-back role, despite spending much of his career further up the pitch in midfield.
"I saw it as a challenge, I'd played there before but people wrote me off as a left-back being an attack-minded player as I am," Robson told BBC Radio Cumbria.
"I am comfortable doing the job, wherever I play next year I'll be happy to play.
"I've enjoyed left-back and I'd be happy to play there for the next few years."