HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Washington coach Steve Sarkisian says tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins and wide receiver Kasen Williams, both of whom had run-ins with the law during the offseason, will be allowed to participate when preseason practice starts next month.
Seferian-Jenkins pleaded guilty earlier this month to a charge of driving under the influence and is schedule to serve a day in jail on July 31. Washington begins practicing Aug. 5.
A third-team All-American, Seferian-Jenkins was arrested in March after crashing his car.
Williams was fined and received a misdemeanor citation after he was pulled over for speeding and investigation of driving under the influence in May. He led the team with 77 catches for 878 yards and six touchdowns.
Sarkisian says any discipline handed out will be kept internal.

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