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Former A-League Defender of the Year in 2001, Rick Titus, has come to an agreement with the Toronto Lynx to return to Toronto for remainder of the 2004 season. The hard-tackling, Mississauga-native, was released late last week by the Edmonton Aviators and joins the Lynx for a second tour of duty after breaking into the A-League with the Club in 1997 until 1999. Titus will make a tremendous addition to the club given his accomplishments in the A-League and MLS. Titus honed his skills in MLS where he earned the Defender of the Year Award with the Colorado Rapids in 2002. He returned to the A-League in 2003 to capture the Championship with the Charleston Battery. One of the most physical and intense players in the A-League, Titus is thrilled to be back “home” closer to family and friends and arrived in Toronto late last night to make training today and ready for suiting up for Sunday’s match against the Impact.