Both Jones and Bryan will remain in red and black for at least the 2024 season, with the latter signing on until the cessation of the 2025 season.
Despite injury capping Jones to just five games throughout the 2023 season, the 22-year-old sharpshooter claimed he had a renewed confidence in his body heading forward.
“I'm really happy to re-sign with the club. After a couple of frustrating years with injury, I'm confident my body is in good shape to have my best pre-season,” Jones told Bombers Media.
“Our list is in a good spot and we're one year into a new football system under Brad (Scott). I'm optimistic our best footy is ahead of us."
While spending the majority of his season at VFL level, Bryan broke through for a further eight AFL games under Scott, impressing many in Sam Draper's absence.
“I've loved my time at Essendon and I'm excited to recommit for a further two years. I've got great faith in what we're building at the club, and we have a young list coming through together who will play their best footy in the years ahead,” Bryan said.
“As a group we're hungry for success and we're committed to driving each other so that we can bring success back to Essendon members and fans.”
Bryan's pathway to earning more time at senior level has been cleared following the retirement of journeyman Andrew Phillips.