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Former Revolution defender finds home in NASL

Jeremy Hall has signed with the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Former New England Revolution defender Jeremy Hall has signed with the Tampa Bay Rowdies, according to a team release.

Hall, 27, started his career with the New York Red Bulls before spending time with the Portland Timbers, FC Dallas, and Toronto FC. The veteran was most recently with the Revolution, playing 998 minutes over 12 games in 2015. Hall didn't have his option exercised at season's end.

Hall will now return to Tampa, the place of his birth. The club is excited about the versatility of their new acquisition.

"He can play anywhere on the right-hand side," Tampa Bay Rowdies Head Coach Stuart Campbell said in a press release. "He brings great experience, having played in MLS for a number of years. Jeremy is a great addition to the squad and we’re happy to have him."

Hall, who will wear the number 25, has signed a one-year contract with a club option for 2017. He has already joined up with the team, helping with preparations ahead of this Saturday's preseason opener against D.C. United.