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August 5, 2013 at 2:59 PM

Video: Keith Price at UW training camp opener

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Here’s video (above) of Washington senior quarterback Keith Price talking to the media before the training camp opener today.

He talks about his first Husky practice, the progress he’s made over the years and the confidence his renewed confidence in the UW offensive line. Price also talked about the player he’s most anxious to see at practice: freshman wideout John Ross.

When asked about Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Kasen Williams, Price said he expects they’ll play in the season opener against Boise State. Price also added: “But we have to be ready for the unknown. I’m not really sure. It’s really not my call, but hopefully we’re able to have them out there.”

Earlier in the day coach Steve Sarkisian said he’s made a decision on the disciplinary action for Seferian-Jenkins and Williams. However, Sarkisian did not announce the punishment for the players.

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