Mychal Kendricks' tumultuous year continues.

After being cut by the Eagles and signed by the Cleveland Browns, Kendricks was cut during the preseason following an indictment for insider trading. The linebacker then signed with the Seattle Seahawks, but his tenure there has been halted after being suspended 'indefinitely' by the NFL, according to an ESPN report.

Kendricks admitted in September that he exchanged money, NFL tickets, and access to parties for stock tips from insiders to a federal judge in a Philadelphia courtroom. He could face up to 25 years of prison time, but his guilty plea likely means he'll receive far less — if any at all — according to lawyers.

Kendricks was the Eagles' second-round pick in the 2012 NFL draft and played a role in the team's Super Bowl run when Jordan Hicks sustained an injury. He was cut by the team in May after refusing to take a huge pay cut, leading the Cal product to sign with the Browns. He was cut on Aug. 29 after charges were filed against him on the same day.