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The #Seahawks  cut rookie CB Kemah Siverand this week after he was caught on video trying to sneak a female visitor into the team hotel, per sources. Clear message on the responsibility everyone has in the NFL’s COVID-19 world: Put the team at risk, suffer the consequences.

The woman was wearing #Seahawks  gear in an attempt to disguise her as a player, I’m told. It did not work.

The #Chiefs  agreed to terms with TE Travis Kelce on a 4-year extension worth between $14M and $15M per year in new money average. Big.

The Chiefs had 177 dollars in cap space in March and locked in the core of their Super Bowl team longterm anyway. Remember that next time a GM makes financial excuses.

US TYLER. ADAMS. US What a goal from the American to give @RBLeipzig_EN  a 2-1 lead vs Atletico! (via @UCLonCBSSports )

@PatrickMahomes  x @tkelce  Together for six more seasons 👏

Batting sixth. Playing third base. Making his MLB debut.

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Back on March 30th, the Chiefs had exactly $171 - yes $171 - in salary cap space. Since then, they've signed Patrick Mahomes to a record-setting 10-year extension and Travis Kelce and Chris Jones to huge 4-year extensions. Cap gurus Brandt Tilis and Chris Shea have worked magic.

Rookie. Undrafted. 2k singing bonus. Pandemic. And you think it’s smart to try and sneak a woman into the team hotel wearing team issued gear in training camp and jeopardize your career and maybe the health of yourself and your teammates. Peak 2020. Congrats. 🤡