COMMERCE CITY, CO - APRIL 21: Omar Cummings #14 of the Colorado Rapids holds off David Junior Lopes # of the Los Angeles Galaxy as he scores a goal in the 63rd minute at Dick's Sporting Goods Park on April 21, 2012 in Commerce City, Colorado. The Galaxy defeated the Rapids 2-1. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Omar Cummings and the Rapids have come to terms on a contract extension.
On Friday, the Colorado Rapids announced that they have come to terms on a multi-year extension with forward Omar Cummings.
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Cummings is a six-year Major League Soccer veteran and a member of the Jamaican National Team. He led the Rapids with 14 goals during the 2010 season and has a total of 36 goals and 26 assists in his career.
"Omar is one of the longest-serving members of our team, and has been a positive presence both on and off the field for years," said Technical Director Paul Bravo. "His talent, speed and work rate have made him an All-Star and an MLS Cup winner, and we’re pleased to extend his contract."
Colorado's next game is against Sporting Kansas City on Saturday.
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