CARLTON'S list management team has been busy with 10 Blues signing new deals.
AFL.com.au reported back in July former skipper Marc Murphy and key forward Levi Casboult were set to sign one-year deals, with the Blues making that official today.
Veteran midfielder Ed Curnow and defender Nic Newman have also extended their contracts until the end of 2021.
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Defenders Caleb Marchbank and Lachie Plowman have extended their deals until the end of 2022 and 2023 respectively.
First-round draft pick Sam Philp was due to come out of contract at the end of 2021, but he's added an extra two years on top of that.
Fellow 2019 draftee Josh Honey and fan favourite Matt Cottrell have extensions to stay on the rookie list for the 2021 season.
Michael Gibbons will move from the rookie list to the senior list next year after a strong season.
"There is enormous belief across our entire football club in the direction we are heading and today’s announcement is further proof of that," Carlton Head of List Management Nick Austin said.
The Blues made four list changes on Monday afternoon with Ben Silvagni, Hugh Goddard, Darcy Lang and Finbar O'Dwyer all informed they would not be retained by the club.