The Seattle Seahawks cut former Oklahoma State defensive back Kemah Siverand on Thursday after he was seen on video trying to sneak a woman inside the team hotel. The news of Siverand's release was reported by NFL Network.
According to the report, Siverand attempted to sneak the woman in the hotel dressed in Seattle Seahawks gear. He signed on with Seattle as a free agent after he went undrafted back in April. ESPN reported that Siverand signed a $2,000 signing bonus with the Seahawks which was among the smallest signing bonuses out of Seattle's 17 undrafted free agents.
Siverand played all 13 games with the Cowboys in 2019, almost exclusively as a special team specialist during his redshirt senior season. The Cypress, Texas native finished his athletic career in Stillwater after spending three seasons at Texas A&M.