Former Seahawks CB Kemah Siverand charged with felony evading arrest

Liz Mathews
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Former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Kemah Siverand has found himself in trouble once again. Siverand has been charged with third-degree evading arrest after an alleged street racing incident in Houston over the weekend.

Siverand originally signed with Seattle as an undrafted free agent in 2020 but was cut mid-training camp after he attempted to sneak a woman into the Seahawks’ hotel. He tweeted an apology days later, accepting responsibility for the very poor decision.

Following his release by Seattle, Siverand signed with the Raiders practice squad in October. He agreed to a futures deal with Las Vegas this January.

Siverand’s charge of evading arrest is a felony in the state of Texas. He is currently out of custody on a $2500 bond.

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