Seattle, WA, United States (4E Sports) – The University of Washington suspended quarterback Cyler Miles for the season opener on Aug. 30 against Hawaii for his alleged role in two assaults in the campus.
The incident, which transpired the night the Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl, already led to a three-month suspension that kept Miles sidelined for all of spring practice.
The quarterback was not charged, and he was reinstated by coach Chris Petersen on May 14.
Miles, a redshirt sophomore, is widely expected to replace Keith Price as the starter.
But Petersen insisted that the quarterback position is wide open.
Miles appeared in eight games off the bench last season and completed 37 of 61 passes for 418 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions.
Petersen said he has been pleased with Miles’ behavior since suspending him in February.