Frank Clark

Frank Clark

DE - KC
Height: 6' 3"Weight: 265 lbsAge: 26College: MichiganDrafted: #63 (2nd Rd. by Seattle)

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Frank Clark traded to Chiefs

Defensive end Frank Clark has been traded to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for the Chiefs’ 2019 first-round pick, 2020 second-round pick, and a swap of 2019 third-round picks.

Fantasy Impact

The move makes sense for both parties, as Kansas City could use a premiere pass-rusher, and the Seahawks could use some salary cap relief after recently signing QB Russell Wilson to a massive $140-million deal. Clark, who was given the franchise tag by the Seahawks in March, racked up 32.0 sacks and 66.0 QB hits over his last three seasons. He had yet to sign his franchise tender, which would have paid him over $17 million this season. Clark becomes the next big addition to the Chiefs’ defense, which has already added talented safety Tyrann Mathieu this offseason. The Seahawks now own the 21st and 29th picks in the first round of this year’s draft.

Zachary Hanshew12 weeks ago
Frank Clark has monster game against the Raiders

DE Frank Clark recorded three solo tackles, one assisted tackle, 2.5 sacks, and forced two fumbles in the Seattle Seahawks' Week 6 victory over the Oakland Raiders.

Fantasy Impact

Clark was a one-man wrecking crew. He's been hit or miss to this point, but the hits are coming more consistently as of late.

Christopher Bunch44 weeks ago
Frank Clark records an interception and forces a fumble

DE Frank Clark collected two solo tackles, one tackle for loss, one forced fumble, and one interception in the Seattle Seahawks' Week 5 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams.

Fantasy Impact

The only thing Clark didn't do, after overcoming two episodes of food poisoning earlier in the week, was pick up any sacks. Clark has three sacks in five games this year, but has a mouthwatering matchup on tap against Oakland Raiders' rookie LT Kolton Miller, who will be protecting QB Derek Carr's blindside in Week 6.

Christopher Bunch45 weeks ago
Frank Clark has bigger impact in Week 2

Seahawks' DE Frank Clark recorded three solo tackles and one sack in their Week 2 matchup against the Bears.

Fantasy Impact

Clark generated consistent pressure off the edge, forcing scrambles, short completions, and incompletions. He should have had two more sacks, but Bears QB Mitch Trubisky was able to dance out of his grasp. Clark also forced Trubisky to step up into the pocket for another sack and had good backfield penetration in the run game, dropping Bears RB Jordan Howard for a big loss at the end of the contest. Clark seems to be heating up.

Christopher Bunch48 weeks ago
Frank Clark gets a sack and not much else

Seattle DE Frank Clark recorded one sack and one solo tackle in their week one matchup against Denver.

Fantasy Impact

Clark didn't make much impact on the stat sheet in this one but looked great on the sack, bull-rushing the center back into Denver QB Case Keenum's lap on a stunt and showing both speed and power in the process.

Christopher Bunch49 weeks ago