A couple of future Sounders opponents turn up on this MLS disciplinary report. The most relevant one involves Portland goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts, as the added game suspension means that he won't be in goal April 5 when the Sounders visit. (Video here.) Instead it will likely be former Sounders No. 2 keeper Andrew Weber.
Here's the report from the league:
The MLS Disciplinary Committee has suspended Toronto FC midfielder Jackson one game and fined him an undisclosed amount for aggressive inflammatory behavior toward D.C. United midfielder Davy Arnaud in the 50th minute of the game on March 22. The Committee has suspended Portland Timbers goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts one additional game and fined him an undisclosed amount for serious foul play that endangers the safety of an opponent against Colorado Rapids forward Deshorn Brown in the 68th minute of the game on March 22. The Committee has fined Columbus Crew forward Federico Higuain an undisclosed amount for simulation in the 8th minute of the game against the Philadelphia Union on March 22.