Mychal Kendricks signing a one-year deal with the Seahawks

Mychal Kendricks signing a one-year deal with the Seahawks

Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Thursday that the contract is for one year. Seattle played the opener without starting linebacker K.J. Wright due to minor knee surgery in late August, and All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner was an unexpected addition to the Seahawks injury report on Thursday with a groin injury.

A week after the news broke, Kendricks pleaded guilty to charges meaning he could spend up to 25 years in prison when he is sentenced in December.

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.

Kendricks reportedly made almost $1.2 million by making stock trades ahead of acquisition announcements.

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Mychal Kendricks was recently cut by the Cleveland Browns after being charged with insider training. Schefter reported that Kendricks is expected to play for the Seahawks Monday night against the Chicago Bears.

We'll see as this all unfolds what type of punishment Kendricks will face for his actions. "But he is making progress and feeling pretty good".

A week after pleading guilty to federal charges of insider trading, Mychal Kendricks is going to sign with the Seattle Seahawks.

In 85 games over his six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, the 6-foot, 240-pound Kendricks registered 459 total tackles, including 343 solo stops and 116 assists, to go along with 14 quarterback sacks, 26 passes defended and three interceptions. Kendricks allegedly made investments on business enterprises back in 2014 based on information illegally shared by former Goldman Sachs employee turned TV writer Damilare Sonoiki.

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