So How Is UW's Tight End Spot Evolving in Seferian-Jenkins' Absence?

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So How Is UW's Tight End Spot Evolving in Seferian-Jenkins' Absence?
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The news yesterday of an official charge against Austin Seferian-Jenkins in relation to a March one-car accident means the junior tight end is likely out for the remainder of spring practice. UW released a statement after the charge saying he remains indefinitely suspended, and with spring wrapping up April 20, that logically seems to mean he’ll be sidelined for the rest of it. As for what happens in the fall, it’s still anyone’s guess. There aren’t any direct precedents in recent UW history to draw from, and even if there were, UW officials say every situation is handled on a case-to-case basis, anyway. It’s likely that the legal process will have completed in time for the beginning of fall camp in August, so there may be some clarity by then to the question of whether Seferian-Jenkins will face any game suspensions.

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