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Brovsky Out, Je-Vaughn Watson In at Revs Camp

Photo credit: New England Revolution

Photo credit: New England Revolution

Veteran defender Jeb Brovsky, who played in all five of the Revolution’s preseason contests as an unsigned trialist, exited camp on Wednesday while the club welcomed another experienced defender in Je-Vaughn Watson. writer Jeff Lemieux revealed the news of Brovsky’s departure earlier on Wednesday.

Prior to Wednesday’s preseason tilt against the Dynamo, Lemieux confirmed the arrival of Watson.

Brovsky, 27, joined the club on trial at the start of their trip to Casa Grande, Ariz. in January, and played a total of 324 minutes across the club’s first five preseason tilts, starting three of them at left back.

In his final appearance with the Revolution, Brovsky played 28 minutes at left back in Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Sporting Kansas City.

Watson, 32, played in 23 matches for FC Dallas in 2015. Prior to joining Dallas in 2013, the veteran defender/midfielder played for the Dynamo, a club he helped reach the MLS Cup final in 2011 and 2012.

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