Huskies Open Camp With Seferian-Jenkins, Williams
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington coach Steve Sarkisian says any discipline for tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins and wide receiver Kasen Williams for off-field legal troubles during the offseason won’t be discussed outside the program.
The Huskies opened fall camp on Monday and Sarkisian quickly addressed the status of Washington’s two offensive stars. Sarkisian insisted that not announcing any discipline for Williams and Seferian-Jenkins is not intended to be a gamesmanship maneuver with the Huskies opening the season against Boise State.
Seferian-Jenkins pleaded guilty in July for driving under the influence, following his arrest in March. Seferian-Jenkins was fined and served one night in jail last month. Williams was fined and received a misdemeanor citation after he was pulled over for speeding and for investigation of driving under the influence near Chelan, Wash., in May.
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