The Brisbane Broncos have resigned talented Duo Corey Oates and Josh McGuire on long-term deals.
It is understood that Corey Oates, 22, has extended his contract with the club for further 3-years, a deal that is believed to be worth $400k per season.
Oates, has made 77 appearances for the Broncos crossing the line on 44 occasions, after making his debut against the Melbourne Storm in round 17 in the 2013 season.
The Broncos are pleased to announce the resigning of their workhorse Josh McGuire. McGuire has extended his stay at Redfern on a 4-year deal. That could very well make him a club player.
McGuire, 27, has made 151 starts with the Broncos since his debut back in 2009 season.
The Broncos have a long list of talent off-contract at the end of the 2017 season, with the likes of Andrew McCullough all top priorities for the club.
The signing of Oates and McGuire will help ensure Broncos continue their success for seasons to come.