Kemar Lawrence and Tyler Adams are healthy and both could play on Saturday against the Philadelphia Union.
Lawrence had an extra day of rest on Wednesday after recovering from a scary incident which saw him stretchered off the field on Sunday in Atlanta, but Head Coach Jesse Marsch said.
"He's doing really well," Marsch said. "He's done a ton of testing ... Everything is great. He'll be in training full [on Thursday] and he should be ready for the weekend."
Lawrence underwent tests at the hospital and they all came back negative.
Adams returned to training on Wednesday and will be "full go" for Thursday's training, too.
"He'll be ready for the weekend," Marsch said. "He's good."
Adams, Lawrence and the Red Bulls take on the Philadelphia Union on Saturday at Red Bull Arena for Military Appreciation Night. The first 15,000 fans that come to the match will receive a free koozy, courtesy of Bayer. Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster or Fevo, where $3 of every ticket sold will be donated to K9s for Warriors.