Kendricks, who was released by Cleveland earlier this month after pleading guilty to insider trading, could start at one of the linebacker spots, likely for Wright at weakside linebacker with Austin Calitro likely playing at Major League Baseball in place of Wagner. There's a lot of good information.
Flowers hurt his hamstring last week in Denver, and Carroll said "he had a hard week getting back. As of right now, I have the opportunity and I want to make the most of that". Carroll discussed Kendricks' addition with reporters one day later.
The Seattle Seahawks ruled three starters out of Monday's game against the Chicago Bears Saturday afternoon when their injury report said wide receiver Doug Baldwin along with linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright will not play. Wagner won't be playing in NFL Week 2 because of a groin injury. "He had three really good days and studied like insane with the coaches and he's ready to help us out".
The Browns released Kendricks, but he wasn't a free agent for long, signed by the Seattle Seahawks. Kendricks had his contract terminated by the Browns after he was formally charged on August 29. "He felt it but thought it was a cramp during the game, and it just took him a couple of days to get it assessed". "It's been very hard".
"I'll overcome this just like I've overcome other obstacles in my life", Kendricks said.
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Asked about Wright's progress", Carroll said: "I watched him run today. "But football is helping me a lot".
Schefter writes that the league has "unintentionally found itself in a awkward situation" with the Kendricks case: the player was involved in a white-collar crime, pleaded guilty to insider trading, made immediate restitution, and has no prior criminal record.
A second-round pick of the Eagles in the 2012 NFL Draft, Kendricks spent his first six seasons with Philadelphia before he was released by the team in May.
The move in signing Kendricks is definitely not one of the best possible PR moves.
Kendricks appeared in 15 games for the Eagles last season, recording 73 total tackles and two sacks.