Rennico Clarke

Portland Timbers

Timbers waive Rennico Clarke

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The Portland Timbers on Monday waived centerback Rennico Clarke as the team headed back to Tucson to continue preaeason preparations.

Clarke came to Portland from Jamaica in 2015 when he signed with Timbers 2 during the second team's first year of USL competition. Despite arriving in the Rose City at the young age of 19, Clarke made an immediate impact, starting 14 of 15 games for T2 that season.

Match Preview: What will the Portland Timbers look like at Sporting Kansas City?

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The Portland Timbers have struggled with injuries in 2017, but the side has never been as hard hit by injuries and absences in the defensive half of the field as they are coming in to Saturday's match against Sporting Kansas City.

At center back Gbenga Arokoyo, Liam Ridgewell, and Amobi Okugo are all out injured, leaving Lawrence Olum and Roy Miller as the side's likely starters and Rennico Clarke as the team's only other rostered possibility off the bench — although Clarke has not made the 18 for T1 or T2 since the side's ill-fated US Open Cup loss to the Seattle Sounders three weeks ago.

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