As one player departs, another arrives.
Earlier today, the New England Revolution announced that Jeb Brovsky was no longer in camp. Hours later, it was revealed that defender/midfielder Je-Vaughn Watson is now with the team.
Veteran midfielder/defender Je-Vaughn Watson has joined #NERevs camp in Tucson. Won't play tonight, but should be in training tomorrow.— Jeff Lemieux (@jeff_lemieux) February 24, 2016
Watson, 32, was most recently with FC Dallas, where he made 78 appearances in three seasons. The veteran hoped to leave Dallas this year in order to be closer to his hearing-impaired daughter in Philadelphia. The two parties ultimately agreed to part ways on Feb.18.
Watson is a versatile player, who would likely be a depth piece if signed by the Revolution. Originally a midfielder, Watson has played as a right, center, and left back.
The Jamaican has earned 45 international caps. His debut came in 2008 against El Salvador.