Brandon Bye

New England Revolution re-sign defender Brandon Bye to new contract

New England Revolution re-sign defender Brandon Bye to new contract

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:

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.

Bye's deal comes after New England inked left back Alexander Büttner and 16-year-old midfielder Damian Rivera earlier this month. 

Check out Bye's highlights:

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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Highlights of the Revolution's 1-1 tie with Philadelphia Union

Highlights of the Revolution's 1-1 tie with Philadelphia Union

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 1, Philadelphia Union 1 

IN BRIEF:  Kacper Pryzbylko's goal in the 84th minute gave Philadelphia Union a 1-1 draw with the Revolution at Gillette Stadium Wednesday night as New England returned to MLS play and remained unbeaten under new coach Bruce Arena. Brandon Bye had a first-half goal for the Revs. BOX SCORE

REVS RECORD: 4-8-5 (11th in Eastern Conference)

HIGHLIGHTS

BRANDON BYE PUTS REVS UP, 1-0 IN 31ST MINUTE:

KACPER PRYZBYLKO TIES IT IN THE 84TH MINUTE:

UP NEXT:
Vs. Houston Dynamo, Saturday, 7:30 p.m., NBC Sports Boston

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Highlights of the Revolution's 2-1 win over Minnesota United FC

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Highlights of the Revolution's 2-1 win over Minnesota United FC

FINAL SCORE: Revolution 2, Minnesota United FC 1

IN BRIEF: Brandon Bye scored in the 63rd minute to give the Revolution their first victory of the season, 2-1 over Minnesota United FC on Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. BOX SCORE 

REVS RECORD: 1-3-1, 10th place in Eastern Conference

HIGHLIGHTS:

CARLES GIL SETS UP JALIL ANILBABA'S HEADER TO PUT REVS ON BOARD:

CODY CROPPER'S GREAT SAVE KEEPS IT TIED:

BRANDON BYE GIVES REVS THE LEAD:

NEXT UP:
@ Columbus Crew, Saturday, 7:30 p.m., NBC Sports Boston

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