Cleveland Browns player catches insider trading charge

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

One of the main requirements to be an NFL player is the ability to catch. However, Cleveland Browns player Mychal Kendricks caught America off guard when the US Attorney’s office announced Wednesday that he would add “catching insider trading charges” to his stat sheet.

Ian Rapoport, NFL Network reporter, released a statement in which Kendricks apologized and acknowledged involvement in the crime:

The Browns made a statement saying Kendrics would not be travelling with the team this week for the game against the Lions Thursday.

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  1. Anthony Sublett 4 months ago

    Martha Stewart went to jail for this, so if convicted bye bye ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿ‘‹ ๐Ÿ‘‹

  2. steven 4 months ago

    Actually this guys a defensive back so he probably never caught anything in his career, unless he made an interception but probably not many. But for his defense in the case he should just say he trusted his broker the same way Trump is saying he trusted his Lawyer.

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