Seahawks Host Mychal Kendricks Despite Guilty Plea for Insider Trading

Seahawks Host Mychal Kendricks Despite Guilty Plea for Insider Trading

Not only is Seattle signing Kendricks, he is expected to play for the team on Monday night against the Chicago Bears, per Schefter.

Kendricks is signing with the Seattle Seahawks, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

General view of Qwest Field from the endzone during the National Football League game between the Seattle Seahawks and the New York Giants on September 24, 2006 in Seattle, Washington.

Kendricks is the same player who pleaded guilty to an insider trading charge two weeks ago. It is reportedly a one-year deal. The Seahawks have yet to confirm the Kendricks signing and this story is continuing to develop.

It's no secret that free agent linebacker Mychael Kendricks is a quality talent on the field, but he's had trouble finding a job after pleading guilty to insider trading on September 6.

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Kendricks was indicted on charges of insider trading back on August 29. Considering Kendricks is set to be sentenced sometime in December, maybe they're content to see what they can get out of him until then and forget about the optics.

Kendricks played 15 games for the Philadelphia Eagles previous year, finishing the 2017 season with 2.0 sacks and 15 tackles.

Kendricks was receiving insider information from "Black-ish" tv writer Damilare Sonoiki, while providing him $10,000 in cash as well as Eagles tickets.

The NFL has not yet announced any punishment that it might impose on Kendricks. He and Sonoiki were charged with one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and one count of securities fraud.

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