Editor's Note: I promoted this to the front because it sums up the event just fine.
At 11 this morning the MLS conducted its first reentry draft. Not much happened, as only two players were signed. Joseph Ngwenya was selected by D.C. United and was immediately placed on their active roster.
Aaron Holbein, the only other player selected, will be heading to the Columbus Crew pending a 'bona fide' offer from the club.
Stage 2 of the re-entry draft, which is likely to see much more action, will take place one week from today- Dec. 15. A list of players that will be available in the 2nd round will be released by the MLS on Monday.
Below the jump is a list of players who were eligible for selection in stage one of the re-entry process:
Chivas USA: Marcelo Saragosa, Alex Zotinca; Colorado Rapids: Claudio Lopez, Ciaran O'Brien, Peter Vagenas; Columbus Crew: Frankie Hejduk, Duncan Oughton, Gino Padula, Guillermo Barros Schelotto; D.C. United: Jaime Moreno; FC Dallas: Jeff Cunningham, Dario Sala; Houston Dynamo: Ryan Cochrane; Richard Mulrooney, Joseph Ngwenya, Pat Onstad, Adrian Serioux; Los Angeles Galaxy: Jovan Kirovski, Dema Kovalenko; New England Revolution: Preston Burpo, Nico Colaluca, Cory Gibbs, Khano Smith; New York Red Bulls: Juan Pablo Angel, Luke Sassano, Carey Talley; Philadelphia Union: Fred, Chris Seitz; San Jose Earthquakes: Khari Stephenson; Seattle Sounders FC: Tyrone Marshall; Sporting Kansas City: Jimmy Conrad, Aaron Hohlbein, Josh Wolff; Toronto FC: Nick Garcia.