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Brad Davis signs one day contract, retires in orange

Brad Davis retires with Houston Dynamo

Dynamo vs Impact 4-11-15
Brad Davis takes a corner kick against the Montreal Impact
Task Smith

At 1 pm CT, Brad Davis will sign a one day deal with the Houston Dynamo and retire.

On the field Davis was a team captain who captured many club records, off the field he was beloved by fans over his many years playing in Houston. With one of the best left foots in MLS he was known for his accuracy on corner kicks and free kicks. Davis was part of the San Jose Earthquake team that made the move to Houston in 2006. He helped bring back to back MLS Cups in 2006 and 2007 to Houston. In 2011 and 2012, Davis led the team to back to back MLS Eastern Conference titles.

Among his club records Davis holds the record for most games played (271) and games started (252). The left winger also holds the record for assists (104) as well as game-winning assists (34).

During his time with the Dynamo, Brad’s Brigade became an annual fundraising opportunity for Dynamo fans, with money raised going to benefit the Banded Brigade. As part of Davis’ retirement, the Dynamo has committed to continue its support of Brad’s Brigade on an ongoing basis. More details regarding the club’s support will be revealed as part of the sign and retire today.

Davis' whereabouts for the 2016 season are unknown.