The Seattle Seahawks ain’t playin’ around about COVID-19 precautions … they just cut a rookie, reportedly all ’cause the guy tried to sneak a woman into the team’s hotel.
Here’s the deal … NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero says Kemah Siverand attempted to dress up a female companion like a Seahawks player in an attempt to get her past security and into his room.
The problem? Pelissero says Siverand’s plan was all caught on camera … and with Pete Carroll implementing a bubble-like atmosphere for the ‘Hawks — that’s a big no-no.
Pelissero says the Seahawks busted the hell out of Siverand’s little operation — and fired him for putting the team at risk of a coronavirus outbreak.
Pelissero adds the cut was meant to send a message to both Siverand and Seattle’s entire roster … saying, “Put the team at risk, suffer the consequences.”
Of course, the decision to fire Siverand was a pretty easy one … the cornerback was an undrafted free agent who had little chance of making the roster anyway.
But, still … message heard loud and clear, Pete — NO BOOTY IN THE BUBBLES!!!