Colorado Rapids' Anthony Wallace Will Miss 6-9 Months With Torn Achilles

HARRISON, NJ - MAY 25: Luke Rodgers #9 of the New York Red Bulls battles for the ball against Anthony Wallace #6 of the Colorado Rapids on May 25, 2011 at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images for New York Red Bulls)

Anthony Wallace will likely miss the entirety of the 2012 MLS season after suffering another injury.

Anthony Wallace has long been one of the more promising, young American fullbacks. Problem is, he's struggled to remain healthy. On Monday, he was dealt another blow as it was learned that he will likely miss the entirety of the 2012 season after tearing his Achilles tendon.

Wallace was expected to regain his starting spot as the Colorado Rapids' right back after he missed most of last season with a knee injury. That was coming off a season in which he set a career high with games played (nine) and became a solid contributor the MLS Cup winners following his trade from FC Dallas. Following that performance, he earned his first United States national team cap.

That seemed to be a sign that Wallace had turned the corner in his professional career. The 23-year-old had previously been capped 43 times on various U.S. youth national teams and was rounding into the player many thought he could be.

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