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Fantasy AnalysisEvans has been unable to play after meeting up with the team last week, and while he may continue to sit, he's fully expected to be fit for the season-opener on March 6 against Sporting KC.
Fantasy AnalysisSarvas started 21 games last season after recovering from knee surgery, finishing with two goals and one assist in his only season with the Rapids.
Fantasy AnalysisDe Jong was released from the final two-and-a-half years of his contract with the Italian giants, allowing him to sign a one-year deal with Los Angeles for a non-DP spot, though it is believed the club used target allocation money. The Galaxy have made number of big-name signings this offseason, including Ashley Cole and Jelle Van Damme, though they are clearly all on the latter stages of their careers.
Fantasy AnalysisMiazga has not officially signed with Chelsea yet, though it is expected to be completely in the coming days after transferring from the New York Red Bulls. Miazga is one of the top American prospects, and while he will get a chance to be with Chelsea's first team, it'll be very tough for him to get regular playing time ahead of Kurt Zouma, Jason Terry or, to a lesser extent, Gary Cahill.
Fantasy AnalysisCole most recently was employed by AS Roma the past two years but previously saw stops at Chelsea, Crystal Palace, and Arsenal. He'll be a surefire starter for the Galaxy in 2016 while having plenty of opportunities for clean sheets but he isn't necessarily considered an offensive threat.
Fantasy AnalysisThere have been rumors for quite some time that Miazga was set to join a Premier League club during the winter transfer window, and the latest landing spot has him at Stamford Bridge. Miazga, 20, was excellent with the Red Bulls last season and has already made his international debut with the U.S. Men's National Team. With John Terry toward the end of his career and Gary Cahill struggling to find his previous form, Miazga certainly has a chance to compete for first-team football alongside Kurt Zouma.
Fantasy AnalysisHarrison, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, doesn't have a defined spot yet, as the 19-year-old has plenty of competition for a starting job, though the club traded up to get him, so he's clearly a huge part of their plans. Until he begins training, it'll be tough to know when he will make his MLS debut.
Fantasy AnalysisBlake made six appearances last season, posting two clean sheets and 26 saves while allowing nine goals. The 2014 No. 1 overall pick was certainly the favorite to win the spot, with manager Jim Curtain confirming it Monday.
Fantasy AnalysisKlute was a popular fantasy option last season when he got starts for the Crew, though they were few and far between. He'll get a shot at more starts with Portland this season, though a full guaranteed job isn't certain yet.
Fantasy AnalysisMorris recently left Stanford and was on a trial at Werder Bremen before ultimately deciding to sign with Seattle as a homegrown player. Morris, who played in the Sounders academy, won the NCAA title this season and has already played seven times for the U.S. Men's National Team. With Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins to learn from, big things will be expected from Morris right away.