Femi Hollinger-Janzen is back to full health, according to the most recent injury report for the New England Revolution. The rookie (2 goals, 1 assist) missed two games with a right hamstring strain before coming on as a substitute against the Montreal Impact last weekend.
While the Femi news is positive, the Revs still have four players listed as out. Juan Agudelo (right knee sprain), Charlie Davies (right adductor strain), Gershon Koffie (right knee sprain), and Donnie Smith (right hamstring strain) remain unavailable.
Davies, who's missed eight straight games, has made some progress and recently posted a picture of him returning to the practice pitch. No timeline has been set for his return.
Coming back from injury is never easy. Have faith in yourself and enjoy the process #grind #eatsleepbreathe pic.twitter.com/c7YVdXB7FF— Charlie Davies (@CharlieDavies9) July 4, 2016
On the opposite end of the field, New York City FC have a pair of injuries, as Steven Mendoza (core muscle) and Ethan White (adductor strain) are both listed as out.