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.
It has been a week since Mychal Kendricks pleaded guilty to insider trading, but that doesn't necessarily mean his National Football League career is over. Kendricks pleaded guilty last week to insider trading charges in Philadelphia, but his sentencing is not expected to take place until January. Kendricks will learn of his fate at a sentencing hearing in December.
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A person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Thursday that Kendricks' agreement is expected to be finalized in time for him to join the Seahawks for their Week 2 Game at Chicago on Monday night. The Browns released him after he was indicted.
The 27-year-old, who won a Super Bowl ring with the Eagles last season, came under scrutiny from the SEC after he managed to turn an $80,000 investment into almost $1.2 million over an eight-month period.
Kendricks reportedly made almost $1.2 million by making stock trades ahead of acquisition announcements. He was released by the Browns on August 29 after he was charged by federal prosecutors with one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and one count of securities fraud.