Regular first teamers Sone Aluko and Scott Malone left, while players who weren't really in the first team picture found themselves being shown the exit door at Fulham, including Jozabed, Lasse Vigen Christensen and Richard Stearman.
All found new clubs, whether they were in the Premier League, the Championship or abroad, but how have they been getting on since leaving Craven Cottage?
We've taken a look here.
Sone Aluko - Reading
Aluko, who signed for Reading in the summer for a huge £7.5million fee, finally scored his first goal for the Royals in their 4-2 victory over Derby County on Saturday.
He's been a regular starter in Jaap Stam's side who are at the wrong end of the table, sitting in 18th place, just one place behind Fulham, who they beat in last year's Play-off semi final.
The Nigerian has settled into life at Madejski well, and after getting his first goal for the side is looking to chip in with more as he converts his strong performances into goals.
Scott Malone - Huddersfield
So far, Malone has struggled to hold down a regular first team slot at newly promoted side Huddersfield, but is starting to push for a place in David Wagner's side.
Malone set up Rajiv van La Parra's goal in their 1-0 victory over West Brom at the weekend and is starting to adapt himself to the rigours of the Premier League.
Despite not quite setting it alight like he did with the Cottagers last season, Malone looks like he's ready to make that left back spot his own in Wagner's side.
Jozabed - Celta Vigo
The 26-year-old had a torrid time at Fulham and was sold to Celta Vigo in the summer having spent half of last season on loan with the La Liga side.
So far this season, he's made 11 appearances for the side but has failed to score a single goal, although he has struggled with lower back pains that has seen him ruled out of some of the side's games.
He's one step away from suspension however, as he looks to have added a desire to get stuck in in the midfield and has picked up four yellow cards so far this season.
Lasse Vigen Christensen - Brondby
Christensen joined Brondy from Fulham in the summer having spent half of last season out on loan at fellow Championship side Burton Albion.
He's made 13 appearances in the Danish SuperLiga and started the campaign on fire - scoring in his debut against Nordsjaelland before netting a hat-trick in the next game against Lynby.
Since then, however, he's not managed to hit the back of the net in eleven games for his new side.
Richard Stearman - Sheffield United
Stearman moved to Sheffield United having been told he was no longer need at Fulham in the summer, but it hasn't been the escape he would've wanted.
The defender has only made three appearances for the Blades, with all those coming in August, and hasn't featured since for the surprise Championship package.
Ryan Tunnicliffe - Millwall
Tunnicliffe left Fulham on a free transfer, making the switch to south London and Millwall in the summer.
He's been having a good season so far for Neil Harris' side, making eleven appearances in all competitions and netting in their 2-0 win over Birmingham City.
His gaffer has also been pleased with his performances, hailing him as "impressive" to the press back in October.
Cauley Woodrow - Bristol City (loan)
Woodrow, who like Christensen, spent half of last season out on loan at Burton, is currently with Bristol City.
The 22-year-old has made eight appearances for the high fliers, scoring his only goal for the club in their 4-1 victory over Derby back in September.
Although not a regular starter for Bristol City, he's enjoying a pretty decent season there so far.
Ragnar Sigurdsson - Rubin Kazan (loan)
Sigurdsson, the only over 28 signing Fulham have made with their stats model, was loaned out to the Russian side having failed to make a mark at the Cottage.
He's helped Iceland qualify for the 2018 World Cup after their Euro 2016 heroics whilst out on loan, and has made ten appearances for Rubin Kazan in the Russian Premier League.
They currently sit in 10th place, 14 points off Lokomotiv Moscow in first place and and seven points off Energiya Kh FC at the bottom of the table.