Former Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Isaac Rochell’s wife, Allison Kuch, posted an emotional TikTok following his release from the organization earlier this week.
Kuch, who is due to give birth to the couple’s first child in December, explained why she cried when she heard the news that he had been circumcised.
“If you’re tired of always hearing about these trades, same thing,” Kuch said. ‘This is annoying for all of us.
“At the end of the day, the NFL is a business and my husband and I are doing well. We’re okay. We have each other.
“But I’d be lying if I said this didn’t affect me, that I didn’t care or that it didn’t make me emotional.
Allison Kuch posted a lengthy TikTok about her husband’s release from the LV Raiders
Rochell recorded just 10 tackles all season after playing eight games for the Raiders
His release came shortly after the team posted a clip honoring Rochell’s brother
‘Our baby’s due date is in four weeks. Yes, I cried when I heard my husband was released.”
Prior to his release, Rochell had recorded just ten tackles this season as he struggled to remain a key part of the Raiders defense.
The seven-year journeyman has yet to become a key figure during any of his four stops in the NFL, failing to suit up for the Los Angeles Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns or Raiders.
Kuch went on to tell the well-known story of an NFL family forced to be continually uprooted and moved from city to city, while also discussing the process by which Rochell was granted waivers and could be claimed by one of the others. teams from around the league.
News of Rochell’s release originally came shortly after the team posted a video of him in honor of his brother’s service in the U.S. Air Force.