Defender Jeb Brovsky is no longer in camp with the New England Revolution, according to team staff writer and online host Jeff Lemieux.
Jeb Brovsky is no longer in camp with the #NERevs.— Jeff Lemieux (@jeff_lemieux) February 24, 2016
Brovsky joined the Revolution as a trialist on Jan 27 while the club was in Casa Grande, AZ. Brovsky didn't travel back to Foxboro, but did reconnect the Revs in Tucson, AZ. The 27-year-old saw action in both Desert Diamond Cup games, playing as a left back.
If he had signed, Brovsky would've been a depth piece, providing coverage as a defensive midfielder and left back. The DM spot has several options in Scott Caldwell, Gershon Koffie, Daigo Kobayashi, Kelyn Rowe, and future arrival Xavier Kouassi. The left back spot is a bit more bare as Tierney is only supported by Darrius Barnes and Donnie Smith. Ghanaian defender David Addy remains in camp as an unsigned trialist.
@adamhart Always appreciate a good pun. And yes, Addy still in camp.— Jeff Lemieux (@jeff_lemieux) February 24, 2016
Brovsky will continue his search for a new club after previously playing for the Vancouver Whitecaps, Montreal Impact, and New York City FC.