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Seahawks cut CB after trying to sneak a female in his hotel, Does he deserve a second chance?

Kemah Siverand was released by the Seattle Seahawks after he was caught trying to sneak a female into the hotel. Should he be given a second chance?

Kemah Siverand is the laughing stock of the NFL right now. Many are picking on him after it was released to NFL Network that Siverand tried to sneak a female into his hotel room, during COVID-19.

The story was broke by Tom Pelissero on Twitter.

I do not necessarily agree it was the right time to make a power move for Kemah, but with the story getting out there to make him look bad it is sad.

The report even went further when they said the female had on Seahawks gear and tried to walk into the hotel with Kemah.

I am not one to sit there and punish someone for a mistake. I am pretty sure that Kemah learned his lesson, but I want to know your personal opinion, do you think he deserves a second chance?

Siverand went undrafted out of Oklahoma State, and it could be the last time that he makes it onto a roster. Siverand was a standout special teamer in college. He only had 1 tackles his senior year for Oklahoma State. He was a transfer who landed on Oklahoma State from Texas A&M. The Cypress, Texas standout I am sure learned his lesson.

Do you think he should be given a second chance? Or should that spot go to someone who would not put others in jeopardy?

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