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December 13, 2012 at 2:06 PM

MLS updates list of eligible players for Re-Entry Draft before Friday’s second stage

MLS Logo.jpgUPDATE 11:01 a.m. — Chicago’s Corben Bone has opted out of the process to continues talks with the team.

MLS released another updated list of eligible players for the second stage of the MLS Re-Entry Draft on Friday.

No longer listed are Columbus Crew midfielder Chris Birchall and the Toronto FC duo of Jeremy Hall and Andrew Wiedeman. The expectation would be that they’re in negotiations with their 2012 club.

There was one addition from what I could tell: San Jose’s Jean Alexandre. Earthquakes defender Ike Opara is no longer listed, of course, since he was traded to Sporting Kansas City this week.

The stage second of the draft starts at noon, and expect Twitter to go crazy for about a half hour as teams provide live updates.

The latest list of eligible players is posted after the jump…

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Chicago: Jay Nolly (Option Declined)

Chicago: Corben Bone (Option Declined)

Chicago: Dan Gargan (Not Specified)

Chivas USA: Juan Pablo Angel (Out of Contract)

Chivas USA: Peter Vagenas (Out of Contract)

Chivas USA: Danny Califf (Option Declined)

Chivas USA: Alejandro Moreno (Option Declined)

Columbus: Will Hesmer (Option Declined)

Columbus: Julius James (Option Declined)

Colorado: Tyrone Marshall (Out of Contract)

Colorado: Scott Palguta (Out of Contract)

Colorado: Conor Casey (Option Declined)

Colorado: Hunter Freeman (Option Declined)

Colorado: Jamie Smith (Option Declined)

Colorado: Ian Joyce (Option Declined)

Colorado: Joseph Nane (Option Declined)

Colorado: Tyson Wahl (Option Declined)

D.C. United: Michael Chabala (Option Declined)

FC Dallas: Bruno Guarda (Out of Contract)

FC Dallas: Kevin Hartman (Out of Contract)

FC Dallas: Julian De Guzman (Out of Contract)

FC Dallas: Scott Sealy (Option Declined)

Houston: Colin Clark (Out of Contract)

Sporting KC: Olukorede Aiyegbusi (Option Declined)

Sporting KC: Luke Sassano (Option Declined)

LA Galaxy: Chad Barrett (Option Declined)

LA Galaxy: Andrew Boyens (Option Declined)

LA Galaxy: Bryan Jordan (Option Declined)

LA Galaxy: Pat Noonan (Option Declined)

Montreal: Shavar Thomas (Option Declined)

New England: Tim Murray (Option Declined)

New England: Blair Gavin (Option Declined)

New York: Bill Gaudette (Option Declined)

New York: Stephen Keel (Option Declined)

Philadelphia: Chase Harrison (Option Declined)

Portland: Lovel Palmer (Option Declined)

Real Salt Lake: Paulo Jr. (Option Declined)

Real Salt Lake: Kyle Reynish (Option Declined)

Seattle: Andrew Weber (Option Declined)

Seattle: Mike Seamon (Option Declined)

San Jose: Jean Alexandre (Not Specified)

San Jose: Tim Ward (Out of Contract)

San Jose: Ramiro Corrales (Option Declined)

San Jose: Joseph Gjertsen (Option Declined)

San Jose: Khari Stephenson (Option Declined)

Toronto: Eric Avila (Out of Contract)

Toronto: Adrian Cann (Option Declined)

Toronto: Ty Harden (Option Declined)

Vancouver: John Thorrington (Option Declined)


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