On Thursday, it was reported that Kendricks pleaded guilty to insider trading charges, and could be facing up to 25 years in prison. He’s accused of participating in a two-year scheme that netted him around $1.2 million.
”Because I know I was wrong,” he said. “I know that I made the decision to accept information, secret information, and it wasn’t the right thing to do.”
The judge said she wanted to be sure that Kendricks was not coerced into making his decision to plead guilty.
”I’m making the decision because it’s the right thing to do,” he said.
A sentencing hearing is now set for December 18, so it’s safe to say that regardless of the outcome, he won’t be on the field for any team in 2018 — or possibly, ever again.