Bryan Jordan has joined NASL side San Antonio Scorpions following his time with LA Galaxy.

The versatile 27-year old was released by the Galaxy at the end of the 2012 season, making his way to the San Jose Earthquakes via the MLS Re-Entry Draft, but he could not agree terms and will now suit up with the Scorpions.

"We're very happy and excited to have Bryan on board," Scorpions head coach Tim Hankinson said in a statement.

"He's had over 50 games with MLS' Galaxy. He's one of our quickest and speediest players who'll be able to fill in at the right-back and the right-midfield and even as a second forward."

Jordan was part of the Galaxy side which won back-to-back MLS titles in 2011 and 2012. He has also played for San Fernando Valley Quakes and Portland Timbers during his career.

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