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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Defenders Brad Evans, Michael Orozco leave United States camp

Michael Orozco scored for the U.S. against Iceland on Sunday.

United States defenders Brad Evans and Michael Orozco have been released from national team camp ahead of Friday's friendly against Canada.

Evans came off at halftime during Sunday's 3-2 win over Iceland after reporting tightness in his hamstring, and will return to the Seattle Sounders' preseason camp.

Orozco returns to Club Tijuana according to an agreement with the Mexican club after playing 90 minutes and scoring against Iceland.

The U.S. has 24 players left in camp ahead of the final friendly...

Zach Scott re-signs with Seattle Sounders for 2016 MLS season

Zach Scott, and original member of the Seattle Sounders' first MLS side, has re-signed with the club.

SEATTLE -- Original Seattle Sounders defender Zach Scott has re-signed with the club for the 2016 season, putting off retirement for at least one more year.

The Sounders announced Scott's signing on Friday. The 35-year-old is one of three players from Seattle's inaugural season in 2009 that is still on the roster. Scott initially had his option for 2016 declined by the club following the end of last season.

Scott played a career-high 1,480 minutes in 2015 and has made 104 total appearances for the...

U.S. striker Jordan Morris seals deal with Seattle Sounders

Seattle Sounders forward Jordan Morris explains why he snubbed the Bundesliga for Major League Soccer.
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on the wait for an EPL contender in the Champions League, Jordan Morris' decision to leave Werder Bremen and more.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes reports that U.S. international Jordan Morris will not be joining Werder Bremen following his trail with the German club.

The Seattle Sounders' pursuit of U.S. international forward Jordan Morris has finally paid off, with the Stanford University junior officially signing with the MLS club on Thursday.

The signing of Morris, 21, amounts to a massive coup for both the Sounders and MLS, given that he also drew interest from German club Werder Bremen.

"You know, honestly, since I was a little kid I knew I wanted to end up in Seattle," Morris told reporters on Thursday. "The opportunity opened up to go over to Germany...