Raiders waive Kemah Siverand

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The Raiders announced on Thursday afternoon that they’ve waived safety Kemah Siverand.

Siverand spent most of the 2020 season on Las Vegas’ practice squad, but he did not appear in a game. He re-signed with the club on a futures deal in January.

Siverand entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma State last year. But the most notable thing about his time as a pro has been his involvement in a pair of off-the-field issues.

The Seahawks cut him during last year’s training camp after he attempted to sneak a woman a woman into Seattle’s team hotel. Then in February, he was arrested after a street racing incident in Houston. He was charged with with felony evading arrest.

Raiders waive Kemah Siverand originally appeared on Pro Football Talk