Collingwood defender Jack Crisp has signed a contract extension with the club according to journalist Tom Browne.
The five-year extension would see Crisp remain at the club until the end of 2024.
He was set to come out of contract this season, but has seemingly recommitted to the Pies for the long-term.
The 25-year-old played 26 games for the Pies in 2018, averaging 23 disposals and five marks per game.
It was reported late last year that the Pies were keen to re-sign midfielder Tom Phillips before the start of the season as well.
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