Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks will be suspended from the NFL for an indefinite suspension and will be back in action at Week 14, sources ESPNs Adam Schefter said Tuesday.
Kendricks was suspended in September after confiscation confederate insider trading fees. He should not be sentenced until January 24, if he could stay in prison for 30 to 37 months due to federal guidelines.
Kendricks will be able to train in Week 12 before returning to the game on December 10 against the Vikings on Monday Night Football, a source told Schefter
Kendricks met with NFL Representative Roger Goodell last week at the League's headquarters in New York, explaining that he never profited from his insider trading, paid back money and demonstrated contrition, a source told ESPN.
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