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Spring First Half Review - Receivers/TE's

Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Kim Grinolds/Dawgman.com)

Austin Seferian-Jenkins' indefinite suspension based on a DUI arrest will most likely overshadow anything else that gets reported on this spring, and that's a shame because some real progress has been made with Washington's receivers and tight ends - namely the opportunities gained by going no-huddle and up-tempo through the first six practices in March.

ASJ's DUI: Seferian-Jenkins, the junior-to-be All-American tight end from Gig Harbor, found himself in the middle of an off-the-field issue involving a crashed car, a bloody nose and the appearance of alcohol that ultimately landed him on the outside of the rest of Washington's spring practices and beyond. Could he miss games because of this? Only time will tell. "It's disappointing and we miss...

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