TRAVIS Varcoe, Tom Phillips and Ben Crocker have all signed new deals to remain at Collingwood.
Varcoe, who has played 47 of his 185 games with the Magpies since crossing from Geelong, has signed for next season, while Phillips and Crocker have penned two-year contracts.
AFL.com.au revealed Crocker's new deal on Wednesday which comes after the 20-year-old played three games for the club this year.
Phillips was the only Collingwood player to win a NAB AFL Rising Star nomination this year.
Magpie list manager Derek Hine said the trio's re-signing strengthened the club's list for the future.
"We’re thrilled to have Travis, Tom and Ben committing to the club for next season,” Hine told Collingwood's website.
"All three have proven their talent on the field and add to a long list of re-signings as we look towards improving our list ahead of 2018."
"While Tom and Ben are emerging players, Travis' value comes through a wealth of winning experience. We hope we’ll have him injury-free and sharing that experience on the field next year," Hine said.
Varcoe is on track to break through the 200 game barrier next year, making him one of the Pies' most experienced players.