‘‘We’ve seen some really positive signs from Brayden over the past couple of years and as he continues to grow and develop, he can play an important role in our midfield going forward,’’ said Magpies list manager Ned Guy.
Sier was recovering from a calf muscle injury, one of a number of Collingwood players with soft-tissue problems, when he was caught playing in an August social basketball game. The Magpies fined him $5000 and the 21-year-old also had to do community work.
Meanwhile, young emerging key backman Will Kelly has also re-signed for two years. Kelly, taken as a father-son selection in the 2018 draft, has yet to make his debut after an ankle injury ruined his start to the year. He then suffered a bad hamstring injury after just four VFL games.
‘‘Will has … applied himself with upmost dedication and focus as he works on getting his body right to get back on the field,’’ Guy said.