The Seattle Seahawks gave up on newcomer corner kemah Siverand earlier this week after he was caught on video trying to steal a woman at the team hotel, a source confirmed to ESPN.
The NFL Network initially reported the circumstances of Siverand̵7;s release, noting that the woman was wearing Seahawks clothing in an attempt to disguise herself as a player.
Coach Pete Carroll’s No. 1 rule is to “always protect the team.” On Wednesday, he praised Seahawks veteran leaders for sending the right message in the locker room about the need to be disciplined as you prepare for a season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Seahawks have placed only one player on the reserve list / COVID-19. Carroll confirmed on Wednesday that it was the result of a false positive test with wide receiver John Ursua, who has since been reactivated.
Siverand came out unproven from Oklahoma State and received a $ 2,000 reward from Seattle. This was tied for the third smallest bonus among Seahawks 17 unskilled agents.
Siverand’s agent declined to comment on the matter when it was reached via text from ESPN.