Sports organizations around the country are doing everything in their power just to have a season and in order to do so, players, coaches and members of the organization have to follow rigid guidelines and protocols.

That is a hard lesson rookie defensive back Kemah Siverand learned this week after being released by the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.

A rookie being cut isn’t big news in the NFL world but the reported reason behind Siverand’s release from the team is pretty interesting.

According to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero, Siverand was released by the Seahawks after attempting to sneak a woman into the team’s hotel. That single violation was enough to put the entire team at risk, so Siverand had to go.

“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,” Pelissero shared.

If that wasn’t bad enough, Siverand allegedly had the woman dress in Seahawks gear in order to pass her off as a teammate.

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

Simply incredible.