McCullough signs new four-year Broncos deal
RUGBY LEAGUE: Brisbane has secured the signature of another key player, with hooker Andrew McCullough committing to the Broncos for a further four years.
McCullough's new deal will keep him at the club until the 2021 season, which could mean the 27-year-old will become a one-club player.
"It is exciting," said McCullough, a member of the Broncos leadership group.
"To be here another four years and to have that security for myself and my fiancee is really good, and something that doesn't happen often in rugby league.
"But I am very grateful for it."
Seen as a future Broncos skipper, McCullough joins the likes of Josh McGuire and Corey Oates to have re-signed with the club over the past few weeks.
"We see these guys as the next crop of leaders of the Broncos, so to have those players committing to new deals underlines the great stability of the club as a whole," Broncos CEO Paul White said.
There are another 18 players off contract this year, including skipper Darius Boyd, Anthony Milford and Kiwi internationals Adam Blair, Alex Glenn and Jordan Kahu.