The New England Revolution re-signed yet another Michigan native early Tuesday afternoon.
After signing DeJuan Jones on Nov. 15, the Revs have re-signed defender Brandon Bye. The 23-year-old will occupy a roster spot in 2020 as he looks to improve in his third season with New England. He also tweeted about the news Tuesday:
The future is bright for New England and I’m thrilled to be a part of it pic.twitter.com/tU3LP4S3ay— BBye15 (@brandon_bye) November 19, 2019
Bye has appeared in 54 games, including 46 starts, while notching three goals and four assists. He was selected by the Revs with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2018 MLS SuperDraft out of Western Michigan University, where he led the Broncos to a MAC regular season championship in 2017.
Check out Bye's highlights:
— New England Revolution (@NERevolution) November 19, 2019
While the team continues to make key signings, they could see a player depart the organization Tuesday as either Inter Miami or Nashville SC could select a player who has not been protected by New England in the MLS Expansion Draft.
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