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August 20, 2010 at 10:59 AM

Huskies off the field

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A quick entry to note that the Huskies are off the field after their morning practice, which was the briskest affair of fall camp.
UW was on the field for right around in hour, and in helmets only, working primarily on special teams. That’s been a particular emphasis since the Tuesday scrimmage, when coach Steve Sarkisian felt the special teams weren’t where he wanted them to be.
So no contact meant no new injuries.
CB Quinton Richardson sat out with feeling under the weather. LT Senio Kelemete sat out with the sprained ankle that also sidelined him Thursday. Also out were WR James Johnson (ankle), S Taz Stevenson (shoulder) and LB Jamaal Kearse (knee) who also were all out on Thursday. All will likely be limited or out for Saturday’s scrimmage, including Kelemete.
Otherwise, no real personnel news of note.
I’ll have more from Sarkisian’s post-practice meeting with the media a little later.

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