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Eels fullback Michael Gordon was injured in Round 9.

The Sydney Roosters announced on Wednesday the signing of Michael Gordon to a one-year deal commencing in 2017.

Gordon will join the Roosters from the Parramatta Eels where he has played 14 games to date since joining them this season.

"With almost 200 NRL matches under his belt, Michael will add experience and depth to our squad," said Roosters CEO, John Lee.

"Michael will also be a terrific mentor as we continue to develop our younger backs, and we’re pleased to have secured his services," he added.

Gordon made his NRL debut in 2006 with the Penrith Panthers where he played 108 first grade games over seven seasons. He played 71 NRL matches with the Cronulla Sharks (2013-2015), before joining the Parramatta Eels in 2016. He has also represented NSW (one game in 2010) and NSW Country (2011, 2013).  

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