12. Mychal Kendricks, Philadelphia Eagles, Cleveland Browns & Seattle Seahawks:
Kendricks was a pivotal part of Philly’s unreal Super Bowl run in 2017. He then signed a one-year free-agent deal with the Cleveland Browns in June 2018. However, it didn’t last long as he was indicted by federal prosecutors for insider trading. Kendricks allegedly made $1.2 million in investments by using illegal advice from advisor Damilare Sonoiki, who he gave Eagles tickets to. Cleveland released him in August.
He was picked up quickly by Seattle and opened the season with the Seahawks. Kendricks was suspended by the NFL for eight games and returned in December 2018. He broke his leg to finish the year but was resigned for one year. He still faces up to 25 years for the crime but will reportedly receive 30-37 months. Kendricks’ sentencing was indefinitely postponed in April 2019.