Former Temple defensive end Josiah Bronson is heading home to play for the Washington Huskies. Bronson, a native of Washington, announced his decision to transfer to the defending Pac-12 champions and College Football Playoff participant with a brief announcement on Twitter.
New beginnings😈 pic.twitter.com/ZKRjp1zkXh
— Josiah Bronson (@josiah_bronson) July 14, 2017
Bronson is the brother of former Washington running back Demitrius Bronson. Dimitrius played at Washington and later at Eastern Washington before spending two years in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks and the Miami Dolphins as a practice squad player. He currently can be found in the world of professional wrestling under the ring name of Mr. Bronson in the WWE’s developmental organization, NXT.
Josiah Bronson has three years of eligibility remaining to use with Washington. His time at Temple never got a chance to take off. Bronson suffered a season-ending leg injury during a scrimmage in the preseason before the start of the 2015 season. Bronson did not record any stats for the Owls on their flight to an American Athletic Conference championship last season.