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Revolution players stop by Rosie’s Place to serve dinner

Brad Knighton served dinner at Rosie’s Place on Wednesday night.

Brad Knighton served dinner at Rosie’s Place on Wednesday night.

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The New England Revolution are a bunch of momma’s boys, and the team should take that as a compliment. On Sunday, the Revolution play the Seattle Sounders in a Major League Soccer match at Gillette Stadium. But the kicking knights in white uniforms have not forgotten that Sunday is Mother’s Day. The team will donate proceeds of a game-day raffle to Rosie’s Place. On Wednesday night, Scott Caldwell , Larry Jackson , and Brad Knighton stopped by the women’s shelter to serve dinner.

Christopher Muther can be reached at christopher.muther@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @Chris_Muther.
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