BY SPNW Staff 08:12AM 08/30/2013

Report: Seferian-Jenkins Suspended For Opener

Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been suspended for the University of Washington’s season opener with No. 19 Boise State Saturday night, according to multiple reports, A preseason All-America tight end, Seferian-Jenkins will serve a one-game suspension after pleading guilty to a drunk-driving charge in July.

Washington’s second-leading receiver in 2012, Seferian-Jenkins was sentenced to 364 days in jail, 363 of which were suspended. Seferian-Jenkins served one day in jail and paid a $695 fine.

The Seattle Times reported coach Steve Sarkisian suspended Seferrian-Jenkins for two games, but reduced the penalty to one after the tight end fulfilled Sarkisian’s disciplinary requirements.

Seferian-Jenkins also broke his right pinky finger during training camp Aug. 12, and had surgery three days later to insert a pin. Sarkisian said Monday at a press conference that Sarkisian had not been medically cleared to play. But a source told the Times he now was cleared to play, and his absence Saturday was due to a suspension.

Seferian-Jenkins, a junior, caught six passes for 61 yards and a touchdown in last December’s MAACO Bowl loss to Boise State. He holds most significant records for a UW tight end. Last year, he caught 69 balls for 850 yards and seven touchdowns. Newcomers will quickly discover that not all casinos are the same, and so you really need to choose one that most suits your personal needs. However, no matter what your preferences are, there are several things you should look out for when selecting a good online casino to play at, which we’ll discuss in greater detail on this page. The short list of Best online Casinos you want to sign up at, you can now start going through your checklist of wants and demands. Things we’ll be going over will of be the types of games casino offer, software and playability and bonus.

Projected as a first-round NFL draft pick, Seferian-Jenkins was arrested March 9 in the University District on suspicion of drunken driving. He recorded a blood-alcohol level of .18 and was suspended from all team activities three days later. He rejoined the team Aug. 5 for the start of fall camp.

Sophomore Josh Perkins and junior Michael Hartvigson are listed behind Seferian-Jenkins on the depth chart.

 


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  • Will

    Is that a pinky promise?