Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL for insider trading.  He was released by the Browns before the season and signed by the Seahawks after Week 1.

Kendricks, who is facing multiple years in prison will be sentenced at the end of January for insider trading.  Given the likelihood of a lengthy sentence, he could have played his final game in the NFL. 

At least he got a few games to say goodbye to the game.  Getting cut prior to the season and never playing again would have been a lousy way to leave the game, especially for a crime like insider trading.

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