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Revs, Others Quiet in Waiver Draft; Mulgrew Unselected

Photo credit: Chris Aduama/

Photo credit: Chris Aduama/

The Revolution were one of 19 clubs that stood pat during Wednesday’s Waiver Draft as Colorado made the lone selection by taking former Seattle midfielder Michael Azira in the first round.

Azira was taken at the no. 2 spot after Chicago bypassed the opportunity to make a selection with the first pick. The remainder of the league declined to make any selections. The Revolution occupied the 10th spot during Wednesday’s proceedings.

With Azira the only player taken on Wednesday, former Revolution midfielder/forward Timi Mulgrew remains available to the rest of the league on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Among the other notable names who were not selected: 2015 first-round pick Leo Stolz, former Real Salt Lake and New York City promising prospect Sebastian Velasquez, and former Hannover 96 and Crew SC defender Emanuel Pogatetz.


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