The Seattle Seahawks cut rookie player Kemah Siverand after he was caught trying to sneak a female visitor into the team hotel.
The rookie cornerback had been caught on video trying to sneak the guest into the hotel, where the team is on lockdown due to COVID-19, the NFL Network reports.
Siverand is said to have had the woman wear gear from the team in an attempt to disguise her as one of the players.
Kemah Siverand has been cut from the Seattle Seahawks after he was caught on video trying to sneak a woman into the team hotel
The cornerback is said to have had the guest wear team gear so that she could look like a player
The 23-year-old went undrafted out of Oklahoma State, receiving a $2,000 signing bonus.
The bonus was tied for the third-smallest bonus the 17 among undrafted free agents signed by the team.
NFL training camps started late last month after the league and the NFLPA finalized agreements on health protocols in the midst of the pandemic, Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
The team, based in the city that was once the epicenter of the virus, has done an exceptional job at best implementing policies to keep players safe.
Seattle Seahawk head coach Pete Carroll praised the likes of Russell Wilson and others leaders in the locker room for keeping the majority of the team in check
Head coach Pete Carroll praised the likes of Russell Wilson and others leaders in the locker room for keeping the majority of the team in check.
'I love the leadership on this team continuing to send the message to the guys,' Carroll said. 'I really feel like, more than ever, the leadership of you locker room is going to be more meaningful and instrumental in our success. It's always crucially important, but know more than ever.
'We didn't bubble like the NBA did or like the NHL did in the same fashion, but don't think for a second that we aren't in a bubble. We are. And that bubble is the conscious we can hold. Always protect the team. Rule No. 1 is in effect. It's crucial we do a great job of this.'