Jack Riewoldt during the 2022 AFL Round 19 match between Richmond and Fremantle (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

Richmond champion Jack Riewoldt is expected to extend his stay at Tigerland for another year on a lower salary, a move that would add a 17th season to his decorated tenure in yellow and black.

Riewoldt and former captain Trent Cotchin are among the handful of Tigers players yet to recommit for 2023, while several veterans at Punt Road have already called time on their careers.

Shane Edwards, who was chaired off the Gabba by Riewoldt and Cotchin last Thursday, saw his career conclude in his side's heartbreaking loss to Brisbane in their elimination final.

Fellow three-time premiership Tiger Kane Lambert also hung up the boots earlier this year, as did journeyman Josh Caddy, with injuries hampering the veteran duo.

With the off-season now arriving at Richmond, attention has turned to the futures of Riewoldt and Cotchin, with the former tipped to re-sign on a one-year deal.

According to The Herald Sun, Riewoldt is expected to sign on the dotted line of a contract in the vicinity of $300,000 for 2023, a sum south of his contract for this year.

The pay cut comes ahead of a campaign which Riewoldt will enter at 34 years of age, having plied his trade for the Victorian powerhouse club across 326 matches.

Jack Riewoldt during the 2022 AFL Round 19 match between Richmond and Fremantle (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

Discussions between the Tigers and Riewoldt are set to come in the next week, with Richmond hosting exit meetings for the entirety of their playing group in the wake of their finals exit.

Richmond have announced a dozen re-signings across the course of this year, headlined by Liam Baker (2024), Jayden Short (2027) and Daniel Rioli (2027).

Jake AartsMate ColinaRiley Collier-DawkinsWill MartynBigoa Nyuon (UFA) and Sydney Stack remain unsigned for next season, while Dustin Martin's future remains highly speculated despite his contract status for the next two seasons.