Oguchi Onyewu's latest knee injury is certainly not good news for the U.S. national team, but it's no reason to panic.
United States midfielder Stuart Holden will miss June's Gold Cup after being ruled out for six months because of the knee injury he sustained playing in the Premier League for Bolton.
Midfielder Stuart Holden needed 26 stitches to close a gash near his left knee and was dropped Sunday along with defenders Steve Cherundolo and Zak Whitbread from the U.S. national team's upcoming exhibition games against Argentina and Paraguay.
Inter Milan forward Diego Milito has strained a hamstring, an injury that could cause him to miss Argentina's exhibition game against the United States on March 26 at East Rutherford, N.J.
American forward Robbie Findley has hurt a thigh during training with his new club, Nottingham Forest.
The driver in a 2009 crash that injured U.S. national team forward Charlie Davies and killed a female passenger is scheduled to plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter and drunken driving.
There are five reasons why the U.S. will defeat Algeria and reach the knockout stage, writes David Hirshey.
The U.S. knows how to finish strong, but it'll need to stop conceding early goals if the team hopes to go deep in the World Cup draw, Jeff Carlisle writes.
U.S. forward Jozy Altidore has sprained an ankle during a training drill and is day to day.
U.S right back Steve Cherundolo has been hurt since November. He had hip surgery in April.
With the World Cup approaching, some national team players can be forgiven if their focus is not entirely on MLS right now, writes Steve Davis.