Their opponent, the Los Angeles Galaxy, signed Robbie Rogers after acquiring the midfielder's MLS rights Saturday in a trade with the Chicago Fire. The move paves the way for Rogers to be the first openly gay male athlete

Robbie Rogers was cheered in his first road game with the Los Angeles Galaxy. Rogers, the first openly gay man playing in a U.S. professional league, entered as a substitute in the 62nd minute of Los Angeles' 2-0 loss to the Carolina Railhawks on

Robbie Rogers is returning to MLS as its first openly gay player. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images). UPDATE (9:21 p.m.) – Steven Goff of the Washington Post reports via Twitter that the Los Angeles Galaxy and Chicago Fire

“Anytime you lose somebody that's been as experienced [as Magee], and he's had that position locked down – Robbie Rogers plays that position also. I think right now it's anybody's position to win, especially in this early going, so I just need to

Their opponent, the Los Angeles Galaxy, signed Robbie Rogers after acquiring the midfielder's MLS rights Saturday in a trade with the Chicago Fire. The move paves the way for Rogers to be the first openly gay male athlete