The Dynamo's injury report, presented by The Methodist Center for Sports Medicine, was released on Thursday and two players are listed on the report.
First is forward Calen Carr, Houston's speedy striker who is still listed as "out" with the left knee injury he suffered in last year's MLS Cup final. Last week, Carr made his broadcast debut, joining Matt Pedersen in the booth to provide color commentary for the English radio broadcast. Carr will again join Pedersen in the booth, using his wealth of experience to bring a player's point of view to the call.
Joining Carr on the injury report is defender Kofi Sarkodie. The third-year defender picked up a concussion in Saturday's 2-1 victory over the Vancouver Whitecaps. The play occurred in the fourth minute of stoppage time when Young-Pyo Lee sent a long ball into the Dynamo's penalty box. Sarkodie retreated to pick up the ball but collided with goalkeeper Tally Hall and Whitecaps defender Alain Rochat. The former Akron defender participated in training on Friday.
Will Bruin, who was listed as questionable on last Thursday's injury report, passed a physical test late on Saturday and played 79 minutes against the Whitecaps. Bruin trained in full this week and is no longer on the injury report.