Revolution supporters group The Rebellion have created a limited edition Boston Marathon scarf that you can pre-order here - with all proceeds going directly to the recovery of Revolution goalkeeper Matt Reis' father-in-law, John Odom, who was seriously injured in the bombings on April 15.
The Revolution community has been touched personally by the events. As you all know by now, Matt Reis’ father-in-law John Odom was seriously injured during the bombing and is still in serious condition. You can follow his progress as he recovers here at the John Odom Support Page – Boston Marathon Bombing Victim.
John’s family has also created a recovery fund for him where you can see up to date information and donate at John Odom Recovery Fund
As we reach the one month anniversary of this tragic event, the Rebellion has create a special scarf as a remembrance to all those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings. 100% of the proceeds of the scarf will be donated to the John Odom Recovery Fund. We will only be selling a limited number of scarves; first come first serve.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey break down what was a great night for the Revolution in Houston.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey wrap up Saturday's 1-1 draw with the New York Red Bulls in this CSNNE.com piece.
Brad Feldman and Jeff Causey recap the Revs' 2-1 loss to Real Salt Lake at Gillette Stadium in this CSNNE.com video.
Congrats to Revolution goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth on his well-earned #3 slot in this week's "Top 3 Performers" as voted by MLS fans on MLSSoccer.com.
Bobby Shuttleworth had nine saves on Thursday night (into Friday morning ET). Here are all of them.
Lee Nguyen gets some serious air on this one.
Matt Reis addressed the media on Saturday night prior to the start of the Revs' match against the Philadelphia Union. Matt told his story of the day of the Marathon bombings and gave an update on the status of his father-in-law, John Odom, who was seriously injured in the blast. Audio of the press conference is available below.
Check out photos from Saturday's match, including Matt Reis greeting some of the first reponders and medical staff that were honored at Saturday night's match.
One of many great moments last night at Gillette Stadium: Fans chanting Kevin Alston's name in the 30th minute.