SEATTLE -- Here is a quick-hitting look at Washington's 11th day of fall camp:
Johnson, Kearse have surgery
Receiver James Johnson had surgery on the dislocated wrist he suffered in Wednesday's practice. In addition to the dislocation, doctors found torn ligaments. The senior is expected to miss four to six weeks.
Linebacker Jamaal Kearse, who has a stress fracture in his tibia, also had surgery Friday and is expected to miss four to six weeks.
"Anytime you're dealing with bones, it is what it is," Washington coach Steve Sarkisian said.
WR Smith works his way back
Sarkisian could sense the excitement when receiver Kevin Smith got the opportunity to participate in team drills.
"Kevin is such a great spirit," Sarkisian said. "He's got such a great energy. He loves being out here. When we gave him the opportunity to get in there on some team stuff he was just excited to be out there."
The junior continues to work his way back from the ACL injury he suffered right before the Alamo Bowl last season and his progress is a positive sign with Johnson expected to miss more than a month.
But, moving forward, the Huskies will continue to be cautious.
"He's definitely on a one-a-day schedule," Sarkisian said. "He will never go on a two-a-day. We've been very encouraged by his progress to this point."
Thompson back to full strength
Freshman safety Shaq Thompson shed the yellow non-contact jersey and was back to full strength. He also made another promising play, making a one-handed interception on a tipped pass.
The Huskies will scrimmage Saturday.
Sarkisian said he expects senior safety Justin Glenn, who has been recovering from a mild concussion, to be back Monday.
Sarkisian said one of the surprises through fall camp so far has been the play of safety Will Shamburger.
Washington offensive line commit Andrew Kirkland (Portland, Ore./Jesuit) attended Friday's practice.