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Heaps provides an injury update for the Revolution

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Hint: He doesn't say much.

The New England Revolution's injury report includes big names like Scott Caldwell, Antonio Delamea, Xavier Kouassi, and Daigo Kobayashi. All four players were held out of Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup win over D.C. United and it's unknown at this time if they'll be available for Sunday's league game against the Philadelphia Union.

D.C. United versus New England Revolution preview: Behind Enemy Lines with The Bent Musket

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The Open Cup is in less than an hour

D.C. United kicks off their next US Open Cup match in less than an hour, and we talked to Jake Catanese of The Bent Musket to preview the game.

How is Jay Heaps going to change his lineup for the Open Cup?

Jeez, where do we begin here.

Rare Caldwell goal provides spark for slumping Revolution

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FOXBOROUGH Defensive midfielder Scott Caldwell doesn't score often, but his fourth-minutegoal for the New England Revolution in Saturday night's 4-0 victoryover Real Salt Lake was a rallying cry for a Revs team that entered the match mired in a four-game winless streak.

Revolution score four in first half to trounce Real Salt Lake

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FOXBOROUGH The New England Revolution hadn't won in a month entering Saturday night and the Revs offense decided enough was enough.

Lee Nguyen, Kei Kamara and Diego Fagundez each had a goal and an assist to power the hosts to a 4-0 victory over Real Salt Lakeat Gillette Stadium.

Revolution 4, RSL 0: Goals galore for the home team

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Goals rain down on Gillette.

The New England Revolution made quick work of Real Salt Lake as four first-half goals secured full points on Saturday night. The result was a team effort as six different Revs players found their way onto the score sheet.

The game's opening strike came from an unlikely source, as Scott Caldwell finished a Diego Fagundez feed in the 4th minute.

Surprise proposal highlight of Revolution jersey launch

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Love is in the air!

Valentine's Day came early for two New England Revolution fans, who got engaged during the jersey launch event held at Gillette Stadium on Sunday.

Danielle Parent was quite surprised when she was called to the stage after the unveiling of the Revolution's new shirt.

Revolution vs. Impact 2016: Live Game Thread

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The Revs are finishing off the season against the Montreal Impact at home.

The New England Revolution may not have any realistic shot at the playoffs, but they have a chance here to finish the season on a strong note against a visiting Montreal Impact team with very little to play for, their playoff berth having been clinched.

Heaps says Caldwell is "awesome" despite All-Star snub

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Don't expect Caldwell's form to dip after failing to make the ballot for the MLS All-Star game.

Scott Caldwell deserves to be on the MLS All-Star ballot, according to head coach Jay Heaps.

Last week, the league announced the players available to represent MLS in this summer's All-Star game against Liverpool.

Revolution 2, Sounders 1: Revs enter Copa America break with a win

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Lee Nguyen continues his good form as the Revs win 2-1.

The New England Revolution will enter the Copa America break with a win after defeating the Seattle Sounders 2-1 on Saturday night. Aaron Kovar's early strike was negated by Lee Nguyen's penalty and Femi Hollinger-Janzen's long-range shot to give the home side three points.

Revolution v. Sounders: Injury Reports

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Jose Goncalves, Teal Bunbury, Chris Tierney, and Donnie Smith are off the injury report.

This week's injury report is much shorter for the New England Revolution as it only includes three players.

Longtime entry Charlie Charlie Davies remains out with a right adductor strain. He's joined by Gershon Koffie, who exited early last weekend with a right knee sprain.

Lee Nguyen's strike is a contender for Goal of the Week

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Lee Nguyen, is this real life?

Some people like to complain about short corners but New England Revolution fans won't have a negative thing to say about what transpired in the 22nd minute of Saturday's game against Chicago Fire.

With the game scoreless, Lee Nguyen played a short corner to Kelyn Rowe, who proceeded to move the ball to Scott Caldwell.

Some MLS players don't know Caldwell's name but still think he's good

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Scott Caldwell is being recognized as one of the most underrated players in MLS.

MLSSoccer.com recently released an article trying tto pinpoint the league's most underrated player. Vancouver Whitecaps' Steven Beitashour and Orlando City's Cristian Higuita were nominated, as was the New England Revolution's Scott Caldwell.

D.C. United 0-0 New England Revolution: the GIFs

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We make animated clips for entertainment.

In between last week's nationally televised Sunday night game with the LA Galaxy and this week's scoreless draw with the New England Revolution, we've been slowly working our way back into form with GIF machines and such. I'm going to skip the Luciano Acosta 360 around Scott Caldwell because that one is well enough out there, but there were a couple of other things that caught our eye, the first of which was a fun little sequence that led to a blocked shot of Chris Rolfe's in the first half.

Season opener reveals Revolution depth chart

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Jordan McCrary, Michael Gamble, Steve Neumann, and Sambinha have some work to do in order to get onto the field.

The game-day roster for New England Revolution's season opener provided Revs fans with their first real glimpse into the thinking of head coach Jay Heaps. While it was only one game, there's a lot that can be learned from looking at who Heaps picked to face the Houston Dynamo.

Revolution Notebook: Updates on Kouassi, Caldwell, Rowe and more

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Wednesday's training session shed light on a number of lingering questions about the Revs.

The New England Revolution are in the midst of preparing for when D.C. United visits Gillette Stadium Saturday afternoon, but that didn't stop the team from reflecting upon some questions at large.

Jay Heaps spoke with the media after Wednesday's training, expanding upon everything from Scott Caldwell's role to when Xavier Kouassi will arrive in Foxboro.

Ending The Kelyn Rowe Holding Midfield Experiment

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Kelyn Rowe is a very talented midfielder, but should he be starting next to Gershon Koffie for the Revs over Scott Caldwell? No.

Just so everyone is very clear, I like Kelyn Rowe and he is very good at soccer.

But he should not be playing in a defensive midfield role for the New England Revolution, especially if Scott Caldwell is available.

Heaps hopeful Rowe nearing fitness ahead of Revolution home opener

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The midfielder came off injured against Houston, but all is not drab.

New England Revolution fans far and wide were stumped somewhat to see Kelyn Rowe start this past Saturday's draw with the Houston Dynamo in a deep-lying position.

Alongside Gershon Koffie, the fifth-year player's performance was riddled with ups and downs, as he adjusted from life on the wing.

Revolution Still Looking For A Designated Player

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The annual Revolution season ticket holder's event featured a several tidbits of information about the upcoming season in New England.

Every year before the first kick of the MLS regular season, the New England Revolution hold a welcoming event for all the season ticket holders.

This year's started out with the news that homegrown midfielder Scott Caldwell had signed a contract extension.

Revolution Transfers 2016: Scott Caldwell Signs a New Contract

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Local product Scott Caldwell re-ups with the Revolution.

Scott Caldwell will remain in New England Revolution colors for the foreseeable future as the local product has signed a new contract. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"Scott has been an important part of this club, both on and off the field, and he's an example of the type of player we look for here in New England," Revolution general manager Michael Burns said.

Revolution Transfers 2016: Jeb Brovsky leaves camp

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Defender Jeb Brovsky has left camp.

Defender Jeb Brovsky is no longer in camp with the New England Revolution, according to team staff writer and online host Jeff Lemieux.

Jeb Brovsky is no longer in camp with the #NERevs.

— Jeff Lemieux (@jeff_lemieux) February 24, 2016

Brovsky joined the Revolution as a trialist on Jan 27 while the club was in Casa Grande, AZ.

10 Questions I have about the New England Revolution

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I have questions. Do you have answers?

The 2016 MLS season is just around the corner, but there are still plenty of questions about the state of the New England Revolution. Let's take a look at some of the most pressing issues.

1.Will Gershon Koffie and Scott Caldwell work well in the midfield?

Revolution Preseason 2016: Five Storylines to Follow

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Who's the mystery DP?!

The players are back in Foxborough, which means that the 2016 MLS season is in sight. The New England Revolution's young core remains intact as the team returns 19 players, including defensive stalwart Jose Goncalves, team MVP Scott Caldwell, and leading scorer Charlie Davies.

Scott Caldwell is our Revolution Player of the Year

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What better day than January 31st to name our Revolution Player of the Year?

For New England Revolution fans, 2015 is likely to be remembered as Scott Caldwell's breakout season.

No longer an unsung hero, Caldwell gained national recognition for his ability to do the dirty work alongside some of the league's most talented midfielders.

The Revolution need to rise up and make a splash (or two)

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Players are returning, some are gone and the same old Revs remain. It's time to change that.

Love or hate the moves, the New England Revolution's 2016 roster is starting to take shape.

The core of Bobby Shuttleworth, Andrew Farrell, Scott Caldwell, Lee Nguyen, Charlie Davies and others is here to stay, while unnecessary parts have possibly said their last hoorah.

Nguyen, Rowe among players to have Revs contract options picked up

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The New England Revolutionhave exercisedtheirclub options on 14 players for the 2016 season.

The club announced on Wednesday that it is bringing back goalkeeper Brad Knighton; defenders Darrius Barnes, Andrew Farrell, Jose Goncalves, Donnie Smith, Chris Tierney, London Woodberry; midfielders Teal Bunbury, Scott Caldwell, Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe, and forwards Charlie Davies and Sean Okoli.

Revolution Release Roster Update, Jones Out of Contract

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The Revs have announced that 18 players will be back next year from the current roster, with 14 having their options picked up today.

The New England Revolution have announced their first major roster update of the off-season, detailing which players options have been picked up for 2016.

The Revs exercised options on backup keeper Brad Knighton; defenders Darrius Barnes, Andrew Farrell, Jose Goncalves, Donnie Smith, Chris Tierney, and London Woodberry; midfielders Teal Bunbury, Scott Caldwell, Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe; and forward Charlie Davies.

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U.S. Open Cup: Three potential lineups for the Revolution vs. D.C. United

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Jay Heaps will have his hands full on Wednesday. Here's who we think deserves a start.

If the Revolution want to return to the U.S. Open Cup Final, the team will have to overcome its poor run of play since the international break. And it will have to do so without several key players.

On Wednesday, the team faces its second test of the tournament when it hosts D.

Revolution debut secret play to defeat Chicago Fire

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"The Duke" led the Revs to victory.

It's not very often that a play you draw up in practice works in a game which is why Lee Nguyen was a bit surprised when their corner kick strategy ended up with the ball in the back of the net.

Watch the Duke Fear the Duke.

It all started when Nguyen played a short corner to Kelyn Rowe, who found Scott Caldwell at the top of the box.

Four MLS Players the Revolution Should Have Acquired (But Didn't)

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It's been a quiet offseason for the men in navy. But by acquiring one of these four players, the club could have made some noise.

Now a month into the 2015-2016 MLS offseason, the Revolution have yet to make the splash move supporters have been waiting for (or any move, for that matter).

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Rowe Questionable Ahead of Home Opener

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Revolution midfielder Kelyn Rowe, who departed Sunday's match at Houston right before the second half, was listed as questionable with a left hip contusion ahead of Saturday's home opener vs. DC United.

Rowe picked up the injury during the first half against the Dynamo, and intended to play through it during the early part of the second half.

Fitness Issues Kept Caldwell Out of XI in Houston

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – By its very nature, the MLS preseason is an unreliable indicator of what's to come at the start of the regular season what with the irregular lineups, unsigned commodities, and at times, unannounced scrimmages.

But even though the six weeks leading up to the start of the Revolution season weren't the most insightful from an outsider's perspective, coach Jay Heaps did take stock in at least one takeaway going into Sunday's First Kick clash at Houston: Scott Caldwell's health.

Heaps Mum on Rowe Knock, Caldwell Demotion

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No doubt one of the biggest mysteries within the lineup that Revolution coach Jay Heaps rolled out for Sunday's season opener at Houston was the absence of midfield stalwart Scott Caldwell. And immediately following the match, very little light was shed on that development.

Caldwell Signs New Deal

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One of the key cogs of the Revolution midfield will remain in Foxborough for the foreseeable future after the club signed Scott Caldwell to a new contract on Tuesday.

The 24-year-old Braintree, Mass. native, who became the second Homegrown Player signing in club history prior to the 2013 season, is coming off a season in which he played all 34 matches, earning team MVP honors.

Charting Depth

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With preseason underway and the start of the regular season just over a month away, the New England Revolution have addressed some weaknesses in roster depth, but still have areas in need of improvement if the team is to survive and thrive a grueling season.

JoGo Back for ’16; Alston’s Option Declined

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Revolution center back Jose Goncalves, who previously said he had a decision to make about 2016, was among 14 players who had contract options picked up by the club on Wednesday.

In addition to Goncalves, the Revolution picked up the options on goalkeeper Brad Knighton, defenders Darrius Barnes, Andrew Farrell, Donnie Smith, Chris Tierney, and London Woodberry, midfielders Teal Bunbury, Scott Caldwell, Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe, and forwards Charlie Davies and Sean Okoli.

Shipp Praises Caldwell’s Work

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There weren't a plethora of positives for the Revolution to take from Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Fire, but one of the game's central figures singled out praise for the locals' central midfielders.

Fire midfielder Harry Shipp, who scored the game-winner and assisted on the equalizer, said that his squad was given a stiff challenge by Jermaine Jones and Scott Caldwell during the first half.

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Scott Caldwell becomes third MLS homegrown to play 10,000 minutes

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Two of three most seasoned homegrowns play for the Revolution

In the 72nd minute of Saturday's 2-0 loss to Columbus Crew SC, Revolution midfielder Scott Caldwell became just the second homegrown field player—and third homegrown player overall—to eclipse 10,000 regular-season minutes played.

Barnetta and Edu doubtful for season opener, Tribbett a “revelation,” more news

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Edu and Barnetta unlikely to be ready for season opener. Tribbett impresses. Sapong clarifies. More news.

Top 10 Moments of the 2015 Revolution Season

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From clever tifos to remarkable goals, we break down the best of 2015.

Even though the 2015 Revolution season fell short of expectations, supporters still have plenty to lack back on. If nothing else, Scott Caldwell scored his first MLS goal. And that's something.

We break down the top 10 moments of the Revs' 2015 campaign.

2015 Offseason Report: What Are the Revolution's Greatest Needs?

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Before opening kick 2016, the Revolution must add players at these three positions.

The Revolution made a handful of roster moves last week, exercising options on 14 players while bypassing options on five others. Ahead of the official start to the 2015 offseason, we list the top three positions on the club's shopping list—and offer a few solutions for filling the void.