Practice Spotlight - Day 11

SEATTLE - By Steve Sarkisian's standards, Washington's Friday shells-and-shorts practice was a light one as the team prepares for another tough Saturday scrimmage. As it is with the Dawg Days of Fall Camp, it's a matter of getting your work in and staying healthy.

The List:
Injury Status - Sarkisian let the media know after practice that both Jamaal Kearse (tibia) and James Johnson (foot) had surgery and will be out at least four weeks. That means both are most likely out for all the non-conference games, including the trip to LSU on September 8th.

Hauoli Jamora was at practice and has not had his knee scoped, as Sarkisian said he would last week. We'll try and find out more Saturday.

Other players out and not practicing included Justin Glenn (slight concussion), Thomas Tutogi (knee), Travis Feeney (slight concussion), Princeton Fuimaono (hamstring), Nate Fellner (broken toe), Erik Kohler (dislocated kneecap) and Blake Rodgers (knee). Jamaal Jones, Kevin Smith and Tre Watson were wearing gold today, but all three participated in at least some of practice.

Offensive Play of the Day: Actually they were back-to-back throws from Cyler Miles to Antavius Sims, the second one coming from 25-yards out for an uncontested touchdown. They were both caught in roughly the same place, the seam off the right tackle.

There was another play where Derrick Brown threw the ball out in the flat to Bishop Sankey, who raced 65 yards for a score.

Defensive Play of the Day: This one was a group effort. It was a pass thrown by Derrick Brown for Michael Hartvigson that John Timu looked to get a very slight touch. The ball then bounced right to Shaq Thompson, who nabbed it one-handed and headed down the field.

Brown also had one other interception, a pass that was tipped by Cody Bruns into the waiting arms of Tre Watson.

Coons Kicking Count: Travis Coons was 3-4 today, with a long of 48. His miss was barely right from 48 yards.

Faces in the Crowd: Andrew Kirkland, a UW OL commit from Jesuit HS in Portland, was there, as was Robin Pflugrad - who most recently was head coach at Montana, but has also coached at Washington State, Oregon and Arizona State. Top Stories