Adelaide has secured hard-working defender Jake Kelly on a two-year contract extension.
Kelly has played 75 games for the Club, including all 22 games this season.
He made his AFL debut in Round Three of 2015 after being selected with pick 40 at the 2014 rookie draft.
Crows General Manager of List Management and Strategy Justin Reid said the Club was excited to have the 24-year-old’s signature.
“Jake’s attention to detail, elite training standards and team-first approach are exactly what the Club needs,” Reid said.
“He has had an impressive 2019 and we look forward to what he can bring to the Club over the next two seasons.”
Talented midfielder Patrick Wilson will also return after accepting a one-year rookie contract.
“Patrick has had another consistent season, dominating in the SANFL and playing another AFL game,” Reid said.