After a horror 2019 the Dragons will begin the summer clean out with backs Matt Dufty and Euan Aitken told they are free to find new clubs in 2020.
After signing a deal as early as February this year, Dufty has been re-considered by the club who are now looking for a more efficient fullback. Dufty managed only five tries in 16 games as well as only steering St George to a handful of wins.
In a similar fashion, Aitken has also failed to fire with five tries in 21 games this season.
Changes are happening around the club after the torrid time in 2019, with both assistant coaches Ben Hornby and Dean Young to also move on in a big re-building period for the club.
It's been a hard few months for the Dragons who have won one of their last seven games in the NRL, and are facing the Roosters this week.
It will be 10 years since their last premiership in the NRL and Dragons fans are getting fed up with the underperforming nature of their team at the moment.