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Revolution v. Earthquakes: Injury Reports

Teal Bunbury has beeen upgraded to questionable on the most recent injury report.

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The most recent injury report for the New England Revolution shows progress as one player is completely omitted while another has been upgraded to questionable.

Donnie Smith, who underwent left groin surgery, no longer appears on the injury report after being listed as "out" last weekend. Smith has made two MLS appearances since joining the Revs in 2013.

Teal Bunbury is also making headway and has been upgraded to questionable after falling awkwardly on his right shoulder in the team's season opener against the Seattle Sounders. Bunbury has been taking part in portions of practice recently.

There are two other names on the injury report, including Kevin Alston (right hamstring sprain) and Jermaine Jones (left sports hernia surgery). While both players remain out, they have been spotted at practice this week. In fact, Jones rejoined the team on Thursday after rehabbing with US National Team specialists in Los Angeles.

The San Jose Earthquakes are dealing with injury concerns of their own as Steven Lenhart (R knee arthroscopy), Paulo Renato (L hamstring strain), Mark Sherrod (L knee arthroscopy), and Jordan Stewart (R calf strain) are all listed as out. Additionally, Fatai Alashe and Tommy Thompson are away on national team duty.