WEST Coast champions Josh Kennedy and Shannon Hurn will play on next year, while fellow star Andrew Gaff has committed to another four seasons.
AFL.com.au reported in September that Gaff was set to trigger a clause in the contract he signed at the end of 2018, when North Melbourne made a major play to sign him.
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A month earlier, AFL.com.au also revealed Kennedy had put retirement plans on hold and was keen to be an Eagle in 2021, while fellow 33-year-old Hurn was always leaning towards continuing.
Hurn is almost certain to break Dean Cox's West Coast games record of 290, given he will start next season only four matches from equalling that mark.
The trio are three of the most decorated players in club history, and between them they've won two Coleman medals, one best and fairest, and been recognised as All-Australians seven times.
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Hurn was the Eagles' 2018 premiership captain, and Kennedy booted three goals in the Grand Final triumph over Collingwood.
Gaff, 28, missed out on playing in that flag because of his eight-match suspension for an off-the-ball strike on Fremantle's Andrew Brayshaw.
Their signings leave Lewis Jetta, Jake Waterman, Mark Hutchings, Brendon Ah Chee and Nathan Vardy as the highest-profile West Coast players still without a deal for next year.