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March 18, 2011 at 6:59 PM

More on Jordan Polk situation

The University of Washington has released a statement tonight on the Jordan Polk situation, confirming his departure from the team.

Here is the statement:

Washington football coach Steve Sarkisian announced today that wide receiver Jordan Polk is no longer a part of the UW football program. This decision was reached by mutual agreement between Sarkisian and Polk earlier this month, prior to today’s filing of misdemeanor charges. The UW will have no further comment regarding this matter.

Here are the details on the charges filed today against Polk.

As noted in the story, Polk would have been a senior in 2011 vying for a spot in the receiving rotation. He had seven catches in limited duty in 2010.

Here is his UW player bio and stats.

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