Washington Rumors & News

  • Report: Former Washington Huskies CB Marcus Peters choked assistant coach

    Seattle Blog "It was widely known that former Washington Huskies cornerback Marcus Peters butted heads with coaches prior to his dismissal from the program in November, but an account published Wednesday detailed a much uglier scenario than initially reported. “Peters was suspended and later dismissed from..." December 18

  • UW junior star Shaq Thompson says he’s undecided about entering NFL draft

    Seattle Times "A potential first-round NFL draft pick, Washington junior star Shaq Thompson says he will talk with his family over the Christmas break before making any formal decisions about whether to enter the draft after this season. “Just sitting down with my family and Coach Pete and some of the coaches..." December 17

  • Washington football players get stuck in elevator

    SI.com "What happens when nine members of the Washington Huskies football team walk into an elevator? They get stuck. According to Tucson news station KGUN9, a group of players were stranded in a hotel elevator on Friday night, ahead of the team's Saturday matchup against Arizona. " November 15

  • UW star cornerback Marcus Peters dismissed from the team

    Seattle Times "Marcus Peters, the Huskies’ standout junior cornerback, has been dismissed from the program, multiple sources have told The Seattle Times. Peters got into an argument with an assistant coach during practice Wednesday, a source said, apparently the final straw in a series of run-ins with..." November 06

  • Chris Petersen says CB Marcus Peters ‘back with us’

    The News Tribune "After serving a one-game suspension against Illinois, junior cornerback Marcus Peters returned to practice on Monday and is apparently expected to play Saturday against Georgia State. Peters, the Huskies’ best defensive back, was suspended after being benched during UW’s Sept. 6 game against..." September 16

  • UW star cornerback Marcus Peters suspended one game for sideline tantrum

    Seattle Times "Marcus Peters, the Huskies’ standout junior cornerback, has been suspended for this week’s game against Illinois after his sideline tantrum during Washington’s 59-52 victory over Eastern Washington on Saturday, according to multiple sources. The suspension of Peters — UW’s only veteran..." September 09

  • Cyler Miles bringing ‘a different swagger’ to UW offense

    Seattle Times "The Huskies’ chartered flight from Honolulu landed in Seattle early Sunday morning, and the team buses rolled back onto campus around 8 a.m. Junior receiver Jaydon Mickens got in his car and immediately drove to pick up quarterback Cyler Miles. They came right back to the team’s Husky Stadium..." September 04

  • Huskies get 2016 commitment from Eastside Catholic’s Brandon Wellington

    Seattle Times "Brandon Wellington of Sammamish’s Eastside Catholic High, considered the state’s top recruit for the Class of 2016, has made a verbal commitment to the Huskies. The 6-foot, 220-pound Wellington is being recruited as both a running back and outside linebacker." August 13

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Huskies QB Cyler Miles: ‘I messed up big time and I’m willing to face the consequences’

    Seattle Times "Washington sophomore quarterback Cyler Miles spoke with the media today for the first time since being involved in two post-Super Bowl incidents in February, prompting his one-game suspension for the Huskies’ Aug. 30 season opener at Hawaii. “I just wanted to take the time to apologize for my..." August 07

  • Washington Huskies give the boot to DE Marcus Farria

    Seattle Times "There are two notable changes to the new Washington football roster handed out to the media today. Sophomore defensive end Marcus Farria, who had 2.5 sacks as a true freshman last season, was dismissed last week for what coach Chris Petersen says was a “violation of team standards.”" August 05

  • Washington QB Cyler Miles suspended for season opener at Hawaii

    Seattle Times "Washington sophomore quarterback Cyler Miles has been suspended for the season opener at Hawaii, UW coach Chris Petersen told The Seattle Times. Miles, the overwhelming favorite to replace three-year starter Keith Price as UW’s starting quarterback this year, was linked to two assaults in..." July 24

  • Defensive end Josh Shirley and offensive lineman Taylor Hindy leaves Huskies

    Seattle Times "Senior defensive end Josh Shirley has left the Washington football program, sources have told The Seattle Times. Shirley, a former high school all-American from Fontana, Calif., would like to play his senior season closer to his native southern California, a source said. Reached by phone,..." July 02

  • Former Washington WR Damore'ea Stringfellow tweets he's heading to Ole Miss

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Damore'ea Stringfellow looks to be an Ole Miss Rebel. The former Washington WR tweeted Thursday night that he was heading to Oxford, Miss. and also changed his Twitter background to a picture of the Ole Miss flag. Stringfellow left Washington after the 2013 season when he was charged with..." June 20

  • Report: Damore’ea Stringfellow transferring to Nebraska

    The News Tribune "According to Huskers Illustrated, a 247Sports affiliate, former Washington receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow has signed the necessary paperwork to make official his transfer to Nebraska. Washington announced earlier this month that Stringfellow would transfer. He was suspended by UW coach Chris..." June 02

  • UW Huskies reinstate QB Miles as WR Stringfellow transfers

    College Football Talk "Washington was on the receiving end of some really good news Wednesday evening… and some not-so-good as well. On the happy front, UW confirmed that quarterback Cyler Miles has been reinstated to the football program. Miles was allegedly involved in a pair of assaults in early February,..." May 16

  • Freshman cornerback Patrick Enewally kicked off UW football team

    Seattle Times "Washington redshirt freshman cornerback Patrick Enewally on Thursday became the first player dismissed from the team by new coach Chris Petersen. Enewally’s dismissal came after he punched a teammate in the face earlier in the week, a team source said. Enewally’s departure thins what was..." April 11

  • Suspended Washington QB could return this spring

    College Football Talk "Washington head coach Chris Petersen has not shut the door on a possible spring return for suspended quarterback Cyler Miles. Miles, the likely successor to NFL-bound Keith Price, was suspended by Petersen and the Huskies in early February following an off-field incident. Police decided not to..." April 06

  • QB Jake Browning commits to Washington

    UW Dawg Pound "Washington coach Chris Petersen has just received a verbal commitment from record-breaking QB Jake Browning of Folsom H.S. in Folsom, California. Big news for Washington football recruiting for the class of 2015 as they appear to have their QB. Both Browning and Shadle Park QB Brett Rypien..." April 01

  • Husky Damore’ea Stringfellow will be charged, teammate Cyler Miles will not

    Seattle Times "Washington wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow will be charged with two counts of misdemeanor assault in the fourth degree and one count of malicious mischief in a case related to his alleged assault of Seahawks fans in two post-Super Bowl incidents on Feb. 2. Washington quarterback Cyler..." April 01

  • UW star suspended 2 weeks after plea

    Tacoma News Tribune "Washington starting linebacker John Timu, who was charged in December with two misdemeanor counts of second-degree vehicle prowling after he allegedly stole parking passes and sold them to teammates, has been suspended by coach Chris Petersen for the first two weeks of spring football practices..." March 07

  • Huskies take a look at Shaq Thompson on offense

    Seattle Times "In a pivotal Pac-12 matchup at UCLA in November, Washington got an up-close look at perhaps college football’s best two-way player. Myles Jack, the former Bellevue star, scored four touchdowns and made five tackles, leading UCLA to a 41-31 victory over the Huskies. Five months later, the..." March 07

  • Seferian-Jenkins opts for surgery now

    CBSSports.com "Former University of Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins underwent surgery in North Carolina Friday to stabilize a stress fracture in his left foot. Seferian-Jenkins, currently NFLDraftScout.com's No. 3 TE and No. 45 overall prospect, looked to be in great shape when he took the podium..." March 01

  • UW targets Spokane’s Brett Rypien as quarterback for 2015 class

    Seattle Times "The Huskies hosted their Junior Day on Saturday and coach Chris Petersen offered a scholarship to Shadle Park (Spokane) quarterback Brett Rypien, the nephew of former Washington State quarterback Mark Rypien, the MVP of Super Bowl XXVI for the Washington Redskins. Brett Rypien has put up some..." February 11

  • Washington Huskies quarterback Cyler Miles, receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow suspended

    Seattle Times "Washington quarterback Cyler Miles and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow have been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, UW coach Chris Petersen announced Thursday in a news release. Two players are being investigated by Seattle Police for an alleged assault near campus..." February 07

  • Budda Baker Commits to Washington

    247 Sports "Many believed the week couldn't get much better, but it just did for Husky fans. Bellevue safety Budda Baker has committed to Washington Baker, who was previously committed to Oregon, chose the Huskies over UCLA, who made a valiant attempt to sway the young man away from his homestate, similar..." February 05

  • NCAA won't punish Washington

    ESPN.com "The NCAA has decided not to punish Washington or former defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi after investigating allegations he broke NCAA rules by paying for a football recruit's online classes and tutoring. NCAA director of enforcement Tom Hosty told University of Washington president Michael..." February 04

  • Another recruit follows Chris Petersen to Washington

    Seattle Times "It was last summer when Will Dissly, a defensive lineman from Bozeman (Mont.) High, first met then-Boise State coach Chris Petersen. In early December, Dissly felt comfortable enough with Petersen and the Boise State coaching staff that he made a commitment to the Broncos. Even after..." January 28