A jury found former Angels and Orioles third baseman Doug DeCinces guilty on 13 counts Friday in a federal insider-trading case, the Orange County Register reports.
DeCinces, 66, will remain free while he awaits sentencing.
He played in the major leagues from 1973-87, spending nine seasons with the Orioles and six with the Angels before wrapping up his career with a handful of games for St. Louis.
The third baseman won a Silver Slugger award and finished third in AL Most Valuable Player voting in 1982 as he established career highs in batting average (.301), doubles (42), home runs (30) and RBIs (97), among other categories. He was named to the All-Star Game for the only time in his career the following year.
Sanchez was the fifth overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft by the Jets and spent his first five seasons in New York. He took the Jets to the playoffs in his first two seasons, but a shoulder injury in 2013 ended his time with the Jets.
He spent the next two seasons with the Jets before having stints with the Broncos and Cowboys last year. The Cowboys added Sanchez as a backup to rookie Dak Prescott last year following the preseason back injury to Tony Romo. Sanchez will be able to compete for a starting job in Chicago, though the job seems to belong to Glennon.
Sanchez appeared in two games last season, completing Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Site 10 of 18 passes for 93 yards, but with two interceptions. He has a career completion percentage of just 56.7 percent and has thrown for 15,219 yards with 86 touchdowns and 86 interceptions.