Mychal Kendricks visits Seahawks

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Kendricks is the same player who pleaded guilty to an insider trading charge two weeks ago.

ESPN first reported Kendricks' deal with the Seahawks.

Kendricks won the Super Bowl with the Philadelphia Eagles last season before joining the Cleveland Browns, who released him last month after he was charged. Kendricks pleaded guilty last week to insider trading charges in Philadelphia, but his sentencing is not expected to take place until January.

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Notwithstanding a legal trouble that could lead to a lengthy jail time, linebacker Mychal Kendricks is on the verge of making a return to National Football League action.

The NFL has not yet announced any punishment that it might impose on Kendricks.

Seattle's reasoning is the need for depth. It listed Wagner as having a groin injury.

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The 5-foot-11, 240-pounder recorded five total tackles and one sack through three preseason games with the Browns.

Kendricks, who turns 28 later this month, admitted before a federal judge in Philadelphia that he swapped cash, National Football League tickets and access to parties with a Wall Street-connected associate for nonpublic, market-shifting information.

Sonoiki received Eagles tickets and other items as kickbacks from Kendricks, prosecutors said.

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Also facing charges is TV writer Damilare Sonoiki, who has written for the TV show "Black-ish" and previously worked as a Goldman Sachs analyst. "I am committed to repaying all of the funds gained illegally and accept the consequences of my actions".

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