November 11, 2007

Washington: Locker Update

A day after taking a huge hit on a helmet-to-helmet collision during Washington's loss to Oregon State, Huskies quarterback Jake Locker flew home early, boarding a private jet with a doctor before his team left town. He was scheduled for a series of tests on Sunday to evaluate his injury and determine whether or not he will be able to play for the rest of the season, much less take part in Saturday's matchup against Cal.

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Washington: Locker Leaves Field In Ambulance

Jake Locker has given the football world another injury scare. The Washington quarterback left the field in an ambulance in the second quarter of Saturday night's game against Oregon State after sustaining a shattering hit near his own sideline. The sophomore, who has started every game this season, was scrambling on a third-down play when Beaver safety Al Afalava hit him hard. Locker stayed face-down on the turf for several minutes, apparently immobile, while emergency workers attended to him. He was taken to the hospital, and no additional details have been released on his condition.

September 20, 2007

Washington: Hamstring One, Hamstring Two

If there's one thing to be said for Washington cornerback Byron Davenport, it's that he's got an impeccable sense of balance. The junior pulled his left hamstring on the second day of fall camp, sidelining him for the season opener against Syracuse. He finally got back into his groove in time for the Boise State game, but only lasted four snaps before his right hamstring tightened on him, keeping him out of last Saturday's matchup with Ohio State. After two solid days of practice this week, however, Davenport is finally ready to get back into the game. And hopes to stay there.

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