Mar 18, 2022; Louisville, KY, United States; Kansas City forward Sam Mewis (15) dribbles against Racing Louisville FC at Lynn Family Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

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The team announced Wednesday that Midfielder Sam Mewis will not play for the Kansas City Current in 2024.

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Mewis, a free agent, has not appeared in a game for Kansas City since March 2022 as she continues to rehab a chronic knee injury.

Mewis’ initial cartilage injury occurred in 2017, after which she returned to play in 2021, winning multiple National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) Championships and the 2019 World Cup.

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Her most recent surgery in 2023 involved placing cartilage donor grafts in her knee after it stopped responding positively to treatment.

She said on the penultimate episode of Just Women's Sports “Snacks” that her goal for the future is to "get as healthy as possible".


The Utah Royals have signed another free agent, picking up former Gotham FC defender Imani Dorsey.

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Dorsey joined the NWSL in 2018 and won Rookie of the Year in her first professional season.

Dorsey took time away from Gotham starting in April 2023, which she said on her Instagram came from a desire to focus on her mental health.

Mental health leave is protected in the NWSL's CBA, and "it gave me the perspective and energy and confidence I needed," Dorsey said.

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