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Former Revolution players find new homes

Jeff Larentowicz and Zak Boggs are on the move.

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While the New England Revolution have yet to make an off-season signing, two former players have found new homes. Jeff Larentowicz has joined the LA Galaxy while Zak Boggs is heading to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds.

Larentowicz, 32, was drafted by the Revs in 2005, making a total of 111 appearances for the club. In 2010, he headed to the Colorado Rapids and helped them win an MLS Cup in his first season. The midfielder was on the move once again in 2013, eventually linking up with the Chicago Fire.

Boggs, 29, also began his career with the Revolution as he was a second-round pick in the 2010 SuperDraft. The forward scored three goals in 29 games before stepping away from the field in 2012 to accept a Fulbright Scholarship. He returned to the beautiful game in 2014 and has since played for the Charlotte Eagles (USL) and Tampa Bay Rowdies (NASL).

While he never suited up for the Revolution, it's worth noting that midfielder Marvin Ceballos is now with the Carolina Railhawks (NASL). Ceballos had reportedly signed a contract with the Revolution last season and even appeared on the MLS Players Union's salary list. No official announcement ever came, however, and Ceballos ultimately signed with Indy Eleven before released at season's end.

Two other former Revolution players were on the move this off-season as Kevin Alston and Chad Barrett were signed by Orlando City SC and the San Jose Earthquakes, respectively.