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Rogers ruled out for 2017

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The LA Galaxy will be without Robbie Rogers for the rest of the season. The 10-year Major League Soccer veteran has not played yet this season — and now will not play at all.

Rogers had surgery last December in an attempt to treat nerve damage in his foot. On Thursday, the Galaxy announced that he would not return for the 2017 season.

Robbie Rogers (Getty Images)

Robbie Rogers (Getty Images)

He started 19 games last season, including playing in their playoff games. The 29-year-old has played in a 184 career MLS games.

Of those a 184 games, he’s appeared in 78 games with the Galaxy. During his time with the team, Los Angeles won the MLS Cup in 2014.

Rogers also won the MLS Cup in 2008 with the Columbus Crew. He was with the Crew from 2007 through 2011, before joining the Galaxy in 2013.

Since the 2013 season, Rogers has 78 caps with just two goals on 19 shots on goal. He also has eight assists.

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