Doncaster Rovers have confirmed Steve Brooker and Byron Webster have been released.
The Championship club have parted ways with the pair as manager Sean O'Driscoll commences his rebuilding of the squad for next season.
Forward Brooker, who joined the Yorkshire club from Bristol City in January 2009, has seen his time there frustrated by injuries, making just 11 appearances.
The 29-year-old's only goal for Rovers came in the last home game of the season against Leicester, helping ensure the club's Championship survival.
Defender Webster arrived at the Keepmoat Stadium in August of the same year from Czech side FK SIAD, with the majority of his 12 outings for Rovers coming off the bench.
He has spent a month on loan at Hereford this season before impressing on a longer loan stint at Northampton.
A statement on the club's official website read: "Everybody at Doncaster Rovers would like to place on record their thanks to both players for their services to the club during their time at the Keepmoat Stadium, and wish them the very best in the next stage of their respective careers."