The Bonesaw is taking his talents to Wilmington.
USL PRO side Wilmington Hammerheads announced that the ex-Philadelphia Union midfielder had signed with the club yesterday. As part of the deal, Bone will also participate in preseason training with New York City FC. Bone spent a portion of the 2014 season in Wilmington on loan, notching two goals in nine games.
Bone spent the first four years of his career with the Chicago Fire. He played in eighteen games with the Fire, notching his lone assist back in 2011. He was picked up by the Union during Stage 1 of the 2013 Re-Entry Draft and played in two matches. In his thirteen minutes with the Union, Bone picked up the fastest red card in club history on May 14 in a match against Sporting Kansas City. Less than 90 seconds after being subbed on, he made a horrific tackle on Jacob Peterson and was immediately sent off.
Bone never appeared in a Union uniform again.