Kendricks is trying to have a specific number of games assigned to his suspension that would allow him to return this season and play until he receives his sentence, according to sources.
To that end, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has spoken to commissioner Roger Goodell on behalf of his suspended linebacker, who is thought to be the first NFL player ever suspended for a white-collar crime.
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