Toronto FC's Bradley 'questionable' for weekend

Toronto FCs' Michael Bradley stretches at TFC practice in Toronto on March 21, 2014. (Craig...

Toronto FCs' Michael Bradley stretches at TFC practice in Toronto on March 21, 2014. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency)

KURTIS LARSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:14 PM ET

Jermain Defoe (hamstring) remains out of training four days ahead of Toronto FC’s weekend fixture against the visiting Colorado Rapids.

Doneil Henry and Jonathan Osorio, who both missed last Saturday’s 2-0 win in Columbus, also remain on the treatment table with nagging injuries, TFC head coach Ryan Nelsen told reporters on Tuesday.

Henry is doubtful for the team’s second home game of the season.

Most concerning, however, is Michael Bradley’s status.

The U.S. international missed Tuesday’s training with what Nelsen called “fatigue injuries” after featuring twice last week — once for the U.S. and for TFC in Ohio — over a four-day span.

But while Nelsen told reporters Tuesday his early-season MVP candidate is “questionable” for Saturday’s game, he’s likely just being cautious with his midfield linchpin.

“Physically I feel good,” Bradley told the Toronto Sun in Columbus after Saturday’s game.


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