SEATTLE (AP) — The status of Washington freshman quarterback Jake Browning is in question for Saturday's game at No. 10 Stanford after he suffered a shoulder injury late in the Huskies' loss to Oregon.

Washington coach Chris Petersen said Browning was "day-to-day" on Monday, the typical designation Petersen gives for any player who has not suffered a long-term injury.

Browning appeared to injure his right shoulder on Washington's next-to-last possession, which ended with a touchdown pass from Browning to Jaydon Mickens to pull the Huskies within 26-20 with 3:35 left.

When Washington got the ball back with 1:11 remaining, K.J. Carta-Samuels was in at quarterback while Browning was having his shoulder tended to on the sideline. Petersen said after the game that he didn't believe it was a significant injury but did not elaborate Monday.

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