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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Chiefs DE Frank Clark (illness) is "ready to go" for Week 16.
Clark is still dealing with an illness but remains on track to play in Sunday's tilt against the Falcons. While his absence would be a considerable loss, he has yet to live up to the expectations he had coming over to the Chiefs from Seattle now two offseasons ago. Clark is on track to finish with his fewest sacks since 2015 (3) and has not recorded 10+ sacks since his final year with Seattle. Clark ended his 2019 campaign with the Chiefs with eight sacks in 14 games and currently has five with two left to play.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Chiefs DE Frank Clark (knee) is expected to play in Week 9.
Clark is dealing with a knee injury but is expected to play through it in a favorable home matchup with the Panthers. While Clark opened the year with at least one sack in three of his first four games, he has not recorded one in each of his past four. Clark will look to break his four-game streak without getting to the quarterback in Week 9.
Frank Clark racked up three tackles and a sack as the Chiefs won their first matchup of the season 34-20, over the Houston Texans on Thursday night.
Clark continued his momentum from 2019 for last year's superbowl champions with a strong performance against the Texans. With teammate and fellow defensive end Alex Okafor picking up a hamstring strain in Thursday's game, it could mean that Clark sees the field more next Sunday in the Week 2 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Frank Clark notched one solo tackle, three assisted tackles, one TFL, one sack, and one QB hit, as the Chiefs advanced to the Super Bowl with a 35-24 win over the Titans this past Sunday.
Clark made some head-turning comments about Titans' star running back Derrick Henry prior to the game but backed up his words by helping KC take one step closer to the franchise's first-ever Super Bowl win. He'll need to be up to his disruptive ways against the 49ers creative offense if the Chiefs are going to secure the Lombardi Trophy.
Frank Clark dominated the Texans on Sunday, notching four solo tackles, three TFLs, three sacks, and four QB hits, as the Chiefs roared back from a 24-point deficit to win 51-31.
Clark helped his team advance to the AFC Championship with what was easily his best performance as a Chief. Kansas City acquired him for big games like this one, and he delivered with three of the team's five sacks. Clark will have a vital role in getting after Ryan Tannehill next weekend against the Titans for a chance to go to the Super Bowl.