Adelaide pair Andy Otten and Cam Ellis-Yolmen have signed new one-year deals, tying them to the Crows until the end of 2019 at least.
Injury and form restricted Otten to just eight games this year, but he played the final two games which were wins against North Melbourne and Carlton.
And Ellis-Yolmen finally had a good run at it in 2018, playing 15 games after managing just 14 in his first five seasons. He will remain on the rookie list.
Adelaide list manager Justin Reid said both players were well-liked and respected members of the playing group.
“Both Andy and Cam are valuable contributors on and off the field and over the years have overcome adversity with injury, which is a testament to their character and resilience,” Reid said.
“We see them both playing a meaningful role going forward.”
Otten has played 106 games in 11 seasons after being taken by the Crows at pick No.27 in the 2007 national draft.