FC Dallas agrees to terms with Keel and Woodberry

The Hoops acquired the former Red Bulls defender in the re-entry draft, while Woodberry came through the club's youth system
FC Dallas has added two more names to its 2013 roster, agreeing terms with defenders Stephen Keel and London Woodberry.

The 29-year-old Keel signed with local club Colorado in 2005, but was largely a reserve in his four seasons with the Rapids. Moving to the now-defunct USL First Division, he featured more prominently with the Portland Timbers, with whom he has a solid two-year stint, earning him another MLS look, this time with the New York Red Bulls. After two seasons as a backup defender, New York declined his option, allowing Dallas to acquire his rights in the expansion draft.

Woodberry, a 21-year-old from McKinney, Texas, was given NSCAA third-team All-American honors for his senior year at the University of Maryland. He is Dallas' ninth homegrown player.

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