MITCH Robinson's infamous night out last month looks to have cost him his Carlton career.
The AFL website reported on Tuesday night that the Blues had told the out-of-contract 25-year-old from Lauderdale that he would be put up for trade.
The website also claimed that "several" other clubs were interested in the Tasmanian's services for 2015 and beyond.
Robinson's frustrating 2014 hit its low point after he and teammate Jeff Garlett were involved in an early morning brawl last month in Melbourne, which saw Robinson miss the final three games of the home and away season due to a fractured eye socket.
Robinson was fined $5000 after it was discovered that he lied to the club about his involvement in the incident.
Neither player was charged by the police following the incident.
This was on top of three suspensions this season, in a year which saw the midfielder-forward average 20 touches, five marks and four tackles and kicked 6.5 in his 12 games.
It was not the first time Robinson's off-field behaviour has landed him trouble, after he was forced to do two months' community service and donate a $1000 to charity after being involved in a fight at the Big Day Out music festival last year.
Out of contract, the likelihood of the him being delisted if a trade cannot be arranged seems likely.
Recruited with the 40th pick in the 2008 national draft, Robinson has played 100 games in the navy blue.
He was at his most destructive for the Blues in 2011-12 under Brett Ratten, when he averaged 23 and 21 possessions respectively and collected 15 Brownlow votes.
Robinson's Tasmanian-born teammate Levi Casboult, who did not start playing football until he moved to Victoria, is also out of contract at Visy Park.
The Western Bulldogs are reported to be interested in the 24-year-old key forward-ruckman.