Washington reinstates Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Kasen Williams

Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins and wide receiver Kasen Williams have been cleared to rejoin the team for fall camp, head coach Steve Sarkisian told The Associated Press on Thursday during the Pac-12's East Coast media tour.

Sarkisian did not say if either player would miss playing time, adding that any punishment would be handled internally.

Seferian-Jenkins had been suspended indefinitely following his DUI arrest in March. He recently pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one day in jail.

Williams paid a fine after being cited on a misdemeanor charge of underage driving while under the influence of alcohol or marijuana in May.

Additional details on the status of Seferian-Jenkins and Williams could emerge Friday, when the Pac-12 holds its formal media day on the Sony Pictures backlot in Culver City, Calif.

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