The Washington Huskies knew they were going to have issues on the offensive line this season. However, when their most experienced lineman, Dexter Charles, was forced to retire earlier this week, the Huskies plans took a major hit.“It’s a hard day,” UW coach Chris Petersen said of Charles' injury, according to Adam Jude of The Seattle Times. “It’s a hard day for him. It’s...
The Huskies most experienced offensive lineman Dexter Charles announced that his ailing knee will force him to retire. Having 30 starts under his belt at left guard, including 9 last year, Charles was expected to anchor the relatively inexperienced line. The 5th year senior from Camano Island, has already graduated, and having experienced nagging injuries that hampered last year...
SEATTLE (AP) Washington offensive lineman Dexter Charles has retired due to a lingering knee injury, a significant blow to an already thin offensive line. Washington made the announcement on Monday. Charles was a fifth-year senior and was expected to be the Huskies' starting left guard heading into the season. Charles had started 30 games over the past three seasons - most of them...
Via Associated Press
The Washington Huskies were dealt a huge blow this morning as offensive guard Dexter Charles announced that he would be retiring from football due to lingering knee injuries. Charles, a senior who had started 30 games for the Huskies, was one of Washington's best lineman and was certainly the Huskies most experienced returning lineman.Washington head coach Chris Petersen had this...
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