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Seattle Seahawks Waive Los Angeles Wildcats G Kahlil McKenzie

As NFL training camps begin to open this week, teams are already starting to make roster changes. Without any pre-season games scheduled, teams are already cutting players loose.

Today we learned that the Seattle Seahawks waived Los Angeles Wildcats G Kahlil McKenzie. He is the first XFL player to be cut after signing with a NFL team.

Many NFL fans don’t realize that this is a way of life for most NFL players, bouncing from team to team. McKenzie missed out on an opportunity to show what he can do on the field as the NFL canceled all pre-season games for the 2020 season.

McKenzie signed with the DC Defenders in January and was part of the first 3-team trade in XFL history. In February, he was placed on injured reserve. This is the second time the Seahawks have cut him.

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