San Jose Earthquakes re-sign homegrown defender Tommy Thompson to new deal

The San Jose Earthquakes have re-signed defender Tommy Thompson to a new contract ahead of the 2023 campaign.

Thompson has agreed a one-year deal, with the Quakes holding an option to keep the homegrown for an extra season in 2024.

The 27-year-old is now San Jose’s longest-serving current player following the retirement of Shea Salinas, while he’s set to become the Quakes’ first-ever player to feature in each of his first 10 professional seasons at the club.

“Tommy is a talented player, a positive influence in our locker room, and a role model for our community,” San Jose general manager…

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