Kevon Seymour is a well-known professional football player with the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens. He is 84 kilograms and 1.83 meters tall. John Muir High School was where he finished his high school studies. He participated in collegiate football for the University of Southern California’s USC Trojans.
He made 126 tackles, 19 pass breakups, one fumble recovery, three interceptions, and started 24 games during his four seasons at USC. He participated in special teams and served as a reserve cornerback during his rookie season in 2012. When he made 12 starts as a sophomore, his role expanded. Due to injuries, he was only able to participate in a limited number of games during his senior year.
The Buffalo Bills selected Seymour in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. He was included on the final roster of the Bills after a productive preseason. He made 22 tackles and three passes defended in 15 games as a rookie with three starts. He was traded to the Carolina Panthers in September 2017.
Seymour joined the Philadelphia Eagles’ practice squad in December 2020, and he later made the roster. He was named in the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad in September 2021. Seymour was elevated to the main roster in October 2021 before being transferred to the practice squad. He and the Ravens agreed to an additional year of his contract in January 2022.
What position is Kevon Seymour?
Kevon Seymour plays the position of cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens football team in the NFL.