Warrington co-captain Ben Westwood, half-back Gareth O'Brien and winger Kevin Penny have extended their deals.
England second-row Westwood, 33, joined from Wakefield in 2002 and has since scored 612 points in 333 games.
The new deals keep him and O'Brien, 22, at the club until the end of the 2016 Super League season, with 27-year-old Penny contracted until next November.
|Westwood's Warrington achievements|
|League Leaders's Shield winners: 2011|
|Grand Finalists: 2012, 2013|
|Challenge Cup winners: 2009, 2010, 2012|
"Ben's one of our most consistent players and is still producing tireless performances," said coach Tony Smith.
"He had a little bit of injury this year, but he's still one of our high performers week in, week out."
During Westwood's time at the club, the Wire have been unable to end their wait to be crowned national champions, stretching back to 1955.
This season, Wolves narrowly missed out on on a third successive Grand Final when they were