Rowe and Butler offered new deals by Doncaster
Doncaster captain Tommy Rowe and vice-captain Andy Butler have been offered new contracts to stay with the League One club.
Rovers have also offered new terms to Danny Andrew but five other players whose deals expire this summer will be released.
Rowe, 30, missed the decisive penalty that put Charlton into the play-off final, but is seen as a key player at the Keepmoat Stadium, having made more than 100 appearances since joining from Wolves in 2016.
While Doncaster want the trio to stay, Marko Marosi, Alfie Beestin, Tyler Garratt, Luke McCullough and Liam Mandeville will all leave when their contracts end while Will Longbottom and Alex Kiwomya have been made available for transfer.
Scholarship players AJ Greaves, Branden Horton, Myron Gibbons and Rieves Boocock have signed their first professional deals.