Seahawks lower rookie for attempting to sneak in lady: Report


The Seattle Seahawks reportedly lower undrafted rookie cornerback Kemah Siverand for attempting to sneak a feminine customer into the crew resort.

The NFL Community’s Tom Pelissero posted on Twitter that the lady was “carrying Seahawks gear in an try to disguise her as a participant.”

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“Clear message on the accountability everybody has within the NFL’s COVID-19 world: Put the crew in danger, endure the implications,” Pelissero tweeted.

The Seahawks waived Siverand on Tuesday.

He appeared in 26 video games at Oklahoma State throughout the 2018 and 2019 seasons, totally on particular groups. He tallied 11 tackles with the Cowboys.

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Siverand performed in 14 video games with Texas A&M from 2016-17 earlier than transferring to Stillwater.

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