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“He’ll do anything for (his teammates),” Chryst says of UW's leading receiver. "He’s got a spirit about him. He’s got an infectious personality. He will find the good in people. When you get on the field, he loves playing the game and appreciates that opportunity to play the game and I think that’s infectious.”
A right leg injury ends a productive career for UW's A.J. Taylor.
Washington opted not to re-sign Preston Smith during the offseason, opening the door for Green Bay to sign him to a four-year, $52 million deal.