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Revs re-sign Joseph and Heaps

From the Associated Press through the Boston Globe:

The New England Revolution have signed contract extensions with midfielder Shalrie Joseph and defender Jay Heaps.

Terms of the deals were not disclosed.

Joseph, 29, has scored 15 goals and added 16 assists since joining the Revolution in 2003 and is a four-time All-Star. He was drafted by the Revolution in the second round in the 2002 SuperDraft, having previously played in Europe and for the New York Freedoms of the D3 Pro League.

Heaps, 31, is New England’s all-time leader in career games, games started and minutes played. The Longmeadow, Mass., native joined the Revolution through a trade with Miami in 2001.

Heaps has scored 16 career goals and added 29 career assists.

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