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MLS Rosters Take Shape
by Ridge Mahoney, March 3rd, 2009 7AM
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[MLS] All teams were required to comply with the 2009 roster limit of 24 players and salary cap, believed to be $2.35 million this season, by Tuesday. Not all teams were required to make moves, since teams are permitted to retain players on trial without restrictions. Here are the moves made by teams since Friday ...

Colorado - Signed goalkeeper Stewart Ceus to a developmental contract. Acquired rights to Gregory Richardson from Toronto in exchange for the Rapids' second-round pick in the 2010 SuperDraft. Waived goalkeeper Justin Hughes, midfielder Kwame Sarkodie, and defender Cesar Zambrano.

D.C. United - Acquired defender Dejan Jakovic in a transfer from Red Star Belgrade.

Houston - Signed goalkeeper Tyler Deric as a homegrown player.

Los Angeles - Reached an agreement with AC Milan to extend David Beckham's loan until May 31. Waived midfielder Josh Boateng.

New York - Traded defender Chris Leitch to San Jose for an international player slot and allocation money.

San Jose - Acquired right back Chris Leitch from New York for an international player slot and allocation money. Waived forward John Cunliffe and midfielder Michael Ghebru.

Toronto - Traded the rights to trialist Gregory Richardson to Colorado in exchange for a second round 2010 SuperDraft pick.

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