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The ol' QB sneak hit paydirt, until, upon further video review, the QB was actually a CB and his dressing up a woman in football gear, then sneaking her into the Seattle Seahawks team hotel got an undrafted rookie defensive back out of Oklahoma State, Kemah Siverand, cut.

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This certain Mensa candidate reportedly tried to sneak a woman into the team hotel, by dressing her up in football gear so that she looked like a player. For sports to exist in a pandemic, teams have to put together strict rules to know who's around the players. They absolutely have to take it seriously. The Seahawks did take it very seriously, decisively dismissing the young man.

Just wait, he'll sign with Tampa Bay and pick off Russell Wilson at the goal line in the NFC Championship Game, to seal a Super Bowl appearance for Tom Brady and the Bucs. It's the curse of Malcolm Butler. I have forseen it. With what's happened in 2020 you think that's out of the question?

Siverand got a $2,000 signing bonus from the Seahawks, and of this writing, there has been no comment from the player nor his agent.

Elsewhere, NFL players are further protecting themselves in these COVID-19 times by wearing Proximity Trackers during training camp. NBC says the device resembles a smartwatch and beeps when a player doesn't social distance and gets too close to another person. The tracker can also do contact tracing. And you're supposed to huddle up, how? And blocking drills?