Police say Cardinals GM didn't misidentify himself before DUI arrest
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A police report from Tuesday regarding Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim will be corrected, according to authorities.

The report stated that during a traffic stop the Cardinals executive claimed he's the team's director of security. But the Chandler, Arizona police department announced Wednesday that Keim didn't misidentify himself.

"After reviewing the (born worn camera) footage, Mr. Keim stated that a person by the name of Sean McKenzie was their director of security and that he worked for the Arizona Cardinals. The officer will be completing a supplemental report to make that correction," the police department said in a statement, via Pro Football Talk's Josh Alper.

In the initial report, Keim also stated he worked with a police officer named Sean McKenzie. A note was included that the only Sean McKenzie known to the arresting officer died in 2014, and he believed the Cardinals' general manager was referencing him.

Keim was arrested on July 4, charged with a misdemeanor for DUI, and released shortly after. He could face a fine or suspension from the NFL.

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