NFL suspends Seahawks’ Kendricks indefinitely over tax conviction

first_img Share: By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. RENTON — The NFL suspended Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks indefinitely on Tuesday after he pleaded guilty last month to federal insider trading charges.Kendricks was suspended under the personal-conduct policy, said league spokesman Brian McCarthy.A suspension had been anticipated since his guilty plea in early September.Seattle signed Kendricks prior to Week 2 because of a need at linebacker with K.J. Wright out following knee surgery. It was a controversial signing since Kendricks had pleaded guilty in federal court only days earlier.Kendricks has started two of the three games he’s played with Seattle and played a significant amount of snaps at weakside linebacker for the Seahawks. He had six total tackles and a sack in each of the past two games.Seattle coach Pete Carroll had been given advance word from the league each week about Kendricks’ availability but he hinted Monday this could be the week something may happen, saying, “Tomorrow’s a big day for that.” NFL suspends Seahawks’ Kendricks indefinitely over tax conviction Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Share: GO By TIM BOOTH, Associated Press FILE – In this Sept. 23, 2018, file photo, Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks (56) leaps as Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) attempts a pass during the second half of an NFL football game in Seattle. The Cowboys, who can’t find anything remotely resembling a rhythm with quarterback Dak Prescott and a new group of receivers, are at home this week against the Detroit Lions. (AP Photo/John Froschauer, File) “I think he’s really good. We’ll miss him if he doesn’t get to play with us but while we have him, we’re going to continue to work him.”Federal prosecutors said Kendricks used tips from an acquaintance to make about $1.2 million in illegal profits on four major trading deals. Prosecutors said his co-defendant, Damilare Sonoiki, was paid $10,000 in kickbacks in the scheme from 2014-2015, as well as receiving perks such as tickets to Eagles games and tagging along to a music video shoot or nightclub appearances.Kendricks is not expected to be sentenced until January.The loss of Kendricks leaves Seattle with questions at that linebacker spot. Wright is still not fully back from his knee surgery in late August, although there is an outside chance he could be ready this week. Seattle also used Austin Calitro and rookie Shaquem Griffin at the position earlier in the season. Published: October 2, 2018, 11:13pm last_img read more

Hollingsworths late jumper gives Cal Poly 7574 OT win

PORTLAND, Ore. — Hank Hollingsworth hit a jumper in the final seconds to give Cal Poly a 75-74 overtime victory in the Portland Classic on Saturday.South Carolina Upstate’s Malik Moore missed a 3-point attempt as time expired.Hollingsworth sank two free throws to give Cal Poly a 67-64 lead with less than a minute remaining in regulation. Jure Span drilled a 3 to tie it with :47 left but missed a layup in the final seconds.The Spartans quickly established an 74-67 lead in the extra period before Cal Poly rallied to score eight unanswered points for the win. USC Upstate was scoreless in the final 2:46 of overtime.Donovan Fields finished with 21 points while dishing out seven assists for Cal Poly (2-4) which had not won since its first game of the season. Marcellus Garrick added 15 points and Hollingsworth finished with 14 and 12 rebounds.Bryson Mozone nailed 6 of 9 from distance to finish with 22 points for USC Upstate (1-5) Deion Holmes contributed 13 points and 10 rebounds.The Associated Press read more

TOP 10 missed targets 20142015 Snorri Cyril Zeitz Prince William…

The last week of the current season  are the right moment to present our TOP 10 list of the “missed targets” – transfers which showed no valuable for the teams in the season behind us. Every year is the same. After list of the “BEST BUY”, announcing the list of “missed targets”, the group of players who didn’t fullfill expectations in their new teams based on their quality and rich international experience.It is questionable, whether teams made mistakes or these players need more time to adapt, but season 2014/2015 wasn’t good enough for certain names to “avoid” our yearly list.TOP 10 “MISSED TARGETS” OF THE SEASON 2014/20151. Snorri Gudjonsson (GOG Handball – Selestat)2. Cyril Dumoulin (Chambery Savoie – Toulouse Fenix)3. Christian Zeitz (THW Kiel – MKB MVM Veszprem)4. William Accambray (Montpellier HC – PSG HAndball)5. Isais Guardiola (Rhein Neckar Lowen – Aalborg)6. Denis Shiskarev (Chekhovskie Medvedi – RK Vardar Skopje)7. Esper Li Hansen ( US Dunkerque – SC Magdeburg)8. Wael Jallouz (THW Kiel – FC Barcelona)9. Blazenko Lackovic (HSV HAndball – RK Vardar Skopje)10. Borut Mackovsek (Dinamo Minsk – Montpellier) ← Previous Story Vujin to miss “brother’s war” for EHF EURO 2016 in Montenegro Next Story → Over 14.000 votes for the WORLD YOUNG FEMALE PLAYER 2014/2015 read more