Junior Siavii is a former professional football player who now wears the number 94 and 78 at defensive tackle. Junior Siavii played in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, and Seattle Seahawks. Siavii stands at a height of 6 ft 5 in.
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Junior Siavii went to Tafuna High School for his high school education. He subsequently transferred to Dixie State Junior College, where he spent a year playing football. After two seasons at Butte Community College, Siavii was named All Nor Cal Conference in 2000. Siavii was ruled ineligible for football and was forced to finish his studies.
Junior Siavii was a football player for Tafuna, American Samoa, in high school. Siavii was a member of the Oregon Ducks football squad in college. In his junior year at Oregon University, he was a reserve defensive tackle. He has 58 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, and 3 pass deflections in his two years of collegiate football.
Junior Siavii began his NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs after being selected in the second round and overall 36th choice in the 2004 NFL Draft. Due to a knee injury he had during training camp, his stats with this squad aren’t particularly impressive. Between 2004 and 2005, Siavii appeared in 26 games with the Kansas City Chiefs, recording 15 tackles. He was released by the City Chiefs in 2006.
Junior Siavii had knee issues and underwent microfracture surgery, which forced him to miss two years of football. He was signed as a free agent by the Dallas Cowboys in 2008. In 2009 and 2010, Dallas released and re-signed him twice. He appeared in 16 games with the Cowboys, recording 11 tackles.
Siavii’s final NFL team was the Seattle Seahawks, who signed him in 2010. He only appeared in 14 games for this club, but he set a career high with 30 tackles. In September 2011, the Seahawks released him.
He was accused with drunk driving in 2018, and it was discovered in the report that he had a straw with cocaine traces in it. He was arrested in January 2019 with illicit narcotics and tablets written on someone else’s prescription. Siavii eluded the cops in April, and they discovered a loaded revolver and a variety of narcotics in the automobile he drove away in.
The federal court indicted Siavii on August 26th, 2019. He was apprehended for the third time with loaded guns and narcotics. On August 24, he was apprehended after a witness reported his friend’s stolen vehicle, which was being driven by Siavii. Officers uncovered a 9mm handgun and some narcotics, which led to his detention by the federal government.
Junior Siavii, a former NFL player, died while awaiting trial on federal gun and drug trafficking allegations in Kansas. He was 43 years old at the time.
No more information about the ex-death footballer’s was immediately available. Staff and other detainees were not hurt, and “the public was never in risk,” according to Armijo.
Junior Siavii’s net worth is estimated to be between $10 and $12 million.