Melbourne Storm has completed the signings of former Parramatta Eels forward Todd Lowrie and ex-Newcastle outside back Luke MacDougall.
The Storm can also confirm it has signed former Bulldogs prop John Kite.
Kite and MacDougall have already begun pre-season training with Lowrie to kick-start his Storm career on November 30.
The trio will add further depth to the Stormâ€™s ranks alongside fellow signings Chase Stanley and Atelea Vea.
Storm coach Craig Bellamy said: â€œWeâ€™re confident these players can make a positive impact here in Melbourne next year.
â€œTodd and Luke are both accomplished NRL players while John is a big body with huge upside.
â€œWeâ€™re very comfortable with where weâ€™re at with regards to our squad for next year.â€
Lowrie and Kite have both signed two-year deals that will keep them in Melbourne until the end of 2011.
MacDougall has signed a one-year contract.
Lowrie, who played for Parramatta in this yearâ€™s grand final, said moving to Melbourne presented an exciting challenge for him.
â€œIâ€™m thrilled at being able to join such a successful club, particularly given the way the Eels ended last season,â€ said Lowrie, who began his career at Newcastle.
â€œItâ€™s a new beginning for me and Iâ€™m excited about the challenge that lies ahead.â€
Bellamy has also promoted seven members of the Stormâ€™s premiership-winning under-20s side into the NRL squad for the coming season – Luke Kelly, Jesse Bromwich, Matt Duffie, Billy Rogers, Sam Joe, Dane Chisholm and Gareth Widdop
Storm started pre-season training on Monday with the first group of 19 players returning from the off-season break.