Las Vegas Raiders cornerback Kemah Siverand, who was endorsed by the group to a fates contract a month ago in the wake of going through the second 50% of the 2020 season on the training crew, was captured early Saturday after a road dashing episode in Houston, police reported Monday.

Officials halted three of the five drivers, and Siverand, 24, was one of three drivers captured. As indicated by the Houston Police Department, Siverand was accused of crime avoiding capture after he “initially stopped for officers, then continued to drive another mile before stopping.”

The Raiders didn’t quickly answer to a solicitation for input.

Siverand, who was an undrafted newbie from Oklahoma State, was postponed by the Seattle Seahawks in August after he was discovered attempting to sneak a lady into the group’s instructional course inn. She was wearing Seahawks gear with an end goal to mask herself as a player.

The Raiders marked Siverand to their training crew on October 27 and to a fates contract on Jan. 5.

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