Rich Kolbell

DB Chris Seisay told The Oregonian He is "just not happy" on the team.

Defensive back Chris Seisay has decided to transfer from the program according to a story in The Oregonian. In a text message, Seisay told the newspaper that he was "just not happy" on the team and felt he wasn't on good terms with the program.

Seisay, 6-1, 190 played in a total of 18 games for Oregon recording 55 tackles and an interception but was hampered by injuries for much of last season.

Even though he had the 18 games under his belt there was no sure guarantee that he would be very high on the depth chart as the Ducks have a number of redshirt freshman, notably Malik Lovette, whom Oregon defensive backs coach John Neal has described as a "future elite player."

The report by The Oregonian did not indicate any particular program Seisay might be headed, but did say that Seisay had been granted a full release by the Oregon coaching staff.


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