Morris will turn 36 in December, but has put pen to paper on another deal, after recently playing past the 250-game milestone.
“I’m one of the lucky ones that gets to play footy for a living, so to be able to do that again for another year at least, is something I’m really excited about,” Morris told westernbulldogs.com.au.
“There’s a lot in the decision to play on, especially at 35. There’s a lot in the physical side of things. Not only can you play a whole season, but get through another pre-season. They’re long and they’re tough.
“It’s also the mental side of things. Footy is very demanding, physically and mentally. It’s not a decision I make on my own – I talk to my wife and my kids.
“I want to play on for as long as I can. I love this job, I love this club, I love what I do.
“To be able to sign on and play next year, I’m rapt.”
Morris played 11 games in 2018, after suffering a partial tear of his ACL in the weeks leading up to the home-and-away season.
The defender has played 252 career games for the Dogs, and has career averages of 11.9 disposals and 4.2 marks per game.