News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins was arrested for a DUI on Saturday, the Seattle Times reports.
Analysis: So long as ASJ doesn't have other infractions besides this one, we have to assume any penalties will be ceremonial for the most part. If he receives a suspension, in other words, we can't see it lasting into the season. Washington will need ASJ in Week 1 if they hope to compete with Boise State.
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins grabbed six passes for 61 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Washington fell to Boise State 28-26 in the 2012 Maaco Bowl in Las Vegas.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins finishes his sophomore campaign with 69 receptions, 852 yards and seven touchdowns, and should be one of the most sought-after prizes at tight end out of the Pac-12 heading into the 2013 season.
Washington's Seferian-Jenkins Scores in Loss to WSU
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins grabbed five passes for 38 yards and a touchdown Friday as Washington fell to Washington State 31-28 in overtime on the road in Pullman.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins finishes the 2012 regular season with 62 receptions for 791 yards and six touchdowns to his name and, along with Stanford's Zach Ertz, one of the two best players at his position in the Pac-12 Conference.
Washington's Seferian-Jenkins Scores in Win Over Colorado
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins grabbed three catches for 22 yards and a score Saturday as Washington routed Colorado 38-3 on the road in Boulder.
Analysis: The sophomore tight end would have likely played a more prominent role on offense in Saturday's win for the Huskies, but was forced into action on the defensive side of the ball due to a bevy of injuries along Washington's defensive line.
Washington's Seferian-Jenkins Nears 100 Yards Against Utah
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins took seven passes for 99 yards Saturday as Washington downed Utah 34-15 on the road in Salt Lake City.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who now has 55 receptions for 731 yards and four touchdowns on the year, ended up breaking the career reception mark for a Washington tight end formerly held by Mark Bruener in Saturday's win over the Utes.
Big Game for Washington TE Seferian-Jenkins in Win Over Cal
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins caught eight passes for 154 yards and a touchdown Friday night as Washington defeated California 21-13 on the road in Berkeley.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins' overall numbers Friday were not only a season-best, but also a career-best for the sophomore tight end. He now has 48 receptions for 630 yards and four touchdowns for the year - best in the country for a player at his position.
Washington TE Seferian-Jenkins - Big Day in Loss to Arizona
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins took eight passes for 110 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Washington fell to Arizona 52-17 on the road in Tucson.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins' eight receptions fell one short of a season-high of nine set in the first game of the year against San Diego Stat), but still left the tight end with his best receiving totals of 2012. The sophomore also scored his third touchdown of the year - and the second in two games - in Saturday's loss.
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins pulled in five passes for 83 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Washington fell to Southern California 24-14 at home in Seattle.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins had struggled in back-to-back games against Stanford and Oregon, and left last week's loss to the Ducks with some sort of foot injury. The latter hardly seemed to slow the sophomore down against USC, however, with Washington's tight end finishing with a season-best 83 receiving yards and his second score of the season.
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins did not play in the second half of last weekend's game against Oregon due to some sort of ankle / foot injury, and is considered probably for this Saturday's match up with USC, The Seattle Times reports.
Analysis: There is not a lot of information forthcoming about the tight given a new policy at Washington prohibiting the discussion of injured players, but head coach Steve Sarkisian did say Monday night on his radio show his staff "were enouraged" that Austin Seferian-Jenkins would play against the Trojans.
Washington's Seferian-Jenkins Held to 33 Yards v. Oregon
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins grabbed just two passes for 33 yards Saturday as Washington was routed by Oregon 52-21 in Eugene.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins has now been held to just four catches for 43 yards in back-to-back games against Pac-12 opponents.
Stanford Shuts Down Seferian-Jenkins Despite Loss to UW
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins was held to two catches for 10 yards Thursday night as Washington upset Stanford 17-13 at home in Seattle.
Analysis: Stanford did an excellent job of accounting for one of Washington's top receiving targets during Thursday's game, but, in doing so, left receiver Kasen Williams to have his best game of 2012 out on the edge (10 catches for 129 yards and a touchdown). Austin Seferian-Jenkins subsequently falls to No. 2 on the Huskies receiving charts for the year, but should continue to be started on a regular basis by fantasy owners lucky enough to have him on their rosters.
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins grabbed five catches for 78 yards and a touchdown Saturday as Washington defeated Portland State 52-13 at home.
Analysis:Austin Seferian-Jenkins has now proved quarterback Keith Price's top receiving target in all three games the Huskies have played so far this season. Consider him a must-start regardless of whomever Washington may be playing on a week-to-week basis.
Seferian-Jenkins Leads All UW Receivers in Week Two Loss
News: Serefian-Jenkins led Washington with six receptions for 51 yards Saturday as the Huskies fell to LSU 41-3 on the road in Baton Rouge.
Analysis: Serefian-Jenkins was about the lone bright spot for Washington's offense in Week Two's embarrassment in Baton Rouge, and continues to lead the Huskies in receiving to this point in the season with 15 catches for 133 yards.
Washington TE Seferian-Jenkins Leads Team in Receptions v. SDSU
News:Austin Seferian-Jenkins led all Washington receivers with nine catches for 82 yards Saturday as the Huskies defeated San Diego State 21-12 to kick off their 2012 season.
Analysis: Looking for a reason why Austin Seferian-Jenkins is regarded as one of the most productive tight ends in the country? Just look at yesterday's production, in which the talented youngster averaged 9.1 yards per catch. The only thing that could have made his performance Saturday better is a trip to the end zone.
News: Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was the hot receiver in Saturday's loss to Oregon State, catching six passes for 40 yards and scoring twice.
Analysis: Seferian-Jenkins is an intriguing bundle of talent -- fast, big, great hands and athletic as heck -- and he has re-emerged in the offense after disappearing for a spell at mid-season.
News: Washington freshman tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has hit a lull in his production this season. After a fast start, the ultra-talented tight end has two catches for 8 yards in the last two games.
Analysis: Coach Steve Sarkisian said that Seferian-Jenkins is struggling a bit with route running and some of the nuances of the position, but insisted the Huskies want him involved in the offense. He's too good a target to not be taken advantage of for a length of time. Look for a big outing this week
News: Washington freshman tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins scored one touchdown and caught three passes for 42 yards in Saturday's win.
Analysis: Just a true freshman, Seferian-Jenkins continues to demonstrate just what a special athlete he is at the position. We'd like to see production every week, but within the confines of this offense, sometimes he won't be as pronounced.
News: Though just a true freshman, Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins is making quite a mark. The youngster had a pair of touchdown catches Saturday against California. In all, he had four catches for 54 yards.
Analysis: Still kind of secret in tight end circles, Seferian-Jenkins continues to be a guy that quarterback Keith Price is looking to more -- and the coaches are calling plays for more. The tight end screen they ran for his second score was a perfect example. He's an athletic big man with good speed and soft hands.
News: Washington freshman tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been impressive in camp, but it took two games to see why. Seferian-Jenkins had three catches for 91 yards, including two catches for nearly 73 yards in the game's first series.
Analysis: Seferian-Jenkins tallied an 18-yard scoring catch later in the game, but showed not only great hands, but enough speed to make people miss and create big plays. He won't do this every week, but he's got a unique skill set that will let him have some big days moving forward. He's going to be terrific down the road.