ONYEWU AND BOCANEGRA AT FULL TRAINING
RECAPS
EXTRA TIME
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GENERIC USER - Thursday, May 20, 2010
While the injury bug has taken its toll of late on members of the US national team, good news surfaced this morning at World Cup training camp in Princeton, New Jersey with the notice that Oguchi Onyewu and team captain Carlos Bocanegra are now healthy and back at full training.

US Soccer announced the news regarding the two defensive stalwarts in an official statement this morning.

Also back in regular training is defender Chad Marshall who has been bothered by a hamstring injury.

Up front, striker Eddie Johnson of Greek club Aris is back at full training with the exception of fitness sprints, a positive sign that head coach Bob Bradley will likely have Johnson at his disposal for next week's tune-up matches.

An abdominal strain continues to plague Jay DeMerit's progress as the Watford man remains at partial training during camp this week.
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