Steve Jolley is almost ready to return to the team after knee surgery.
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Weekly update: Back in Texas

FC DALLAS RETURNS TO TRAINING AT BLUE SKY: After spending 12 days in La Manga, Spain, FC Dallas returned to Texas and will train this week at Blue Sky in The Colony. The team will have one two-a-day training session on Tuesday (10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.), one day off on Wednesday and two single training sessions at 10 a.m. on both Thursday and Friday. The team also has scheduled a scrimmage with the University of Southwest Missouri at the University of Texas at Dallas on Saturday at 10 a.m. Admission is free and fans are encouraged to attend the exhibition.

TRAINING SCHEDULE*:
Tuesday, March 15: Two-A-Day - 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. @ Blue Sky
Wednesday, March 16: DAY OFF
Thursday, March 17: 10 a.m. @ Blue Sky
Friday, March 18: 10 a.m. @ Blue Sky
Saturday, March 19: Scrimmage vs. University of Southwest Missouri @ UTD at 10 a.m.
* Schedule is subject to change.

INJURY UPDATES: The team received good news on the injury front from their six injured players, including two of the players returning to full training with their teammates today.

FC Dallas had left Spain with six players injured and unable to participate in the final workouts. Two of those players, Steve Jolley and Abe Thompson, did not visit Spain. However, the prognosis at training today was good for the six players:

Ronnie O'Brien - Was back training today at full speed.

Arturo Alvarez - Was back training today at full speed.

Eric Quill - Had tests run on his calf injury and the tests found nothing besides what the team originally thought. He should be 7-10 days away from getting back on the field.

Cornell Glen - Is week-to-week with his ankle injury.

Steve Jolley - Is beginning to work back after having knee surgery and should be 1-2 weeks away from training with team.

Abe Thompson - Is still 3-4 weeks away from coming back after fracturing his cheek bone, but is progressing nicely.