The 31-year-old has signed on with the Power for the 2015 season.
Port Adelaide have announced veteran midfielder Kane Cornes will play on in 2015.
The 31-year-old has now become the only remaining player from Port’s 2004 premiership-winning side after Dominic Cassisi retired after the club’s three-point win over Melbourne on Sunday.
Selected at pick 20 in the 2000 National Draft, Cornes’s new deal will see him play in his 15th season for the club after making his debut in 2001.
Cornes said he couldn’t pass up the opportunity to play on in what is an exciting time for the club.
“It’s a pretty exciting time so I jumped at the chance to play on,” Cornes told the club’s website.
“I feel really good, I’ve been really lucky with my body and I haven’t really missed a training session all year, I’ve played every game so I’m confident I’ve got at least another 12 months in me.
“It’s just a great group of guys and I’ve got some great mates here, even though many of them are 10 years younger than me.
“I love what they’ve been able to do… and I’ve never been more confident about where this club is going.”
Cornes broke the club’s AFL games record in 2013 and looks on track to become the first Port Adelaide player to reach the 300-game mark next season.
Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley said Cornes continued to set standards at the club.
“Kane is a true professional and continues to be an outstanding player for this football club,” Hinkley told the club’s website.
“His preparation is second to none and he sets the standards for our younger players to aspire to.
“Kane continues to get the big jobs done on the opposition’s best players and we’re rapt that he’s playing on.”