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  • Frank Clark: Officially cut by Seattle

    The Seahawks waived Clark on Saturday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. After reports that Clark's second-tenure in Seattle was coming to a close, the two sides officially parted ways Saturday. The veteran edge rusher appeared in six games since signing with the Seahawks on Oct. 26, recording just six total tackles on 142 defensive snaps. Derick Hall is expected to see increased opportunities as a reserve outside linebacker going forward.
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  • Seahawks' Frank Clark: Clears injury report Thursday

    Clark (personal) was not listed on the Seahawks' injury report Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. Clark was ruled out with a "non-injury related" reason and did not travel for last week's loss to the 49ers. The 30-year-old appears to have overcome this issue, as he didn't receive any sort of designation on Seattle's first injury report ahead of Monday's matchup versus Philadelphia. Clark has tallied six tackles while playing in a rotational role on the Seahawks' defensive this season.
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  • Seahawks' Frank Clark: Won't play Week 14

    Clark (personal) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the 49ers, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. The veteran edge rusher won't travel to the Bay Area with the team for some "non-injury related" reason, per Dugar. Clark has appeared in five games for the Seahawks since signing with the team in late October, playing 135 defensive snaps and recording six total tackles. With Clark missing Sunday's affair, expect Derick Hall to see increased work in the Seahawks' linebacker corps.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Release expected

    The Broncos are expected to officially release Clark (illness) on Friday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Clark, who was inactive for Thursday night's loss to the Chiefs, recently agreed to a significant pay cut that reduced his base salary from $3.5 million to the minimum $841,000, a transaction that foreshadowed his parting ways with the team. The 30-year-old veteran will be free to sign elsewhere once released and fully recovered from his illness, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him prioritize a contending team as his next landing spot.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Will play versus Jets

    Clark (hip) doesn't carry an injury designation and will play in Sunday's Week 5 game against the Jets, Parker Gabriel of The Denver Post reports. Clark was upgraded to a full practice Friday after being limited Wednesday and Thursday. He's been sidelined since getting injured in Week 1 after playing 25 defensive snaps. Clark's return to health likely helped make Randy Gregory, who was traded to San Francisco on Friday, expendable.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Out Week 4

    Clark (hip) will not play in Sunday's game versus the Bears. No surprise here, as Clark was a nonparticipant at practice all week. The absence will be his third straight due to a hip injury. As a result, Nik Bonitto and Ronnie Perkins could continue to see extra snaps on the edge.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Dealing with partial abductor tear

    Clark indicated Thursday that he has a partial tear in his abductor muscle, Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette reports. The Broncos' official injury report lists Clark as a non-participant at practice this week due to a hip issue, but the linebacker further clarified that Thursday. Come Friday, look for Clark to be official ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bears.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Sits out practice

    Clark (hip) did not practice Wednesday, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports. Clark sat out Sunday's loss to the Commanders and now could miss the team's Week 3 contest as well. If the 30-year-old ends up missing a second straight week, Nik Bonitto will likely see increased playing time.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Won't play versus Washington

    Clark (hip) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Commanders, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Clark was injured in practice Wednesday and will reportedly miss multiple weeks. The 30-year-old saw action on 42 percent of the defensive snaps last week, rotating in as a pass rusher behind starters Randy Gregory and Jonathon Cooper. Clark picked up two tackles in the loss to the Raiders.
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  • Broncos' Frank Clark: Likely out multiple weeks

    Clark is considered week-to-week after injuring his hip in Wednesday's practice, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Clark ended up missing Thursday's practice and hasn't been officially ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Commanders, though Rapoport's report suggests the veteran edge rusher won't be available Week 2, and possibly another game or two beyond that. Nik Bonitto should be the first man up off the bench to serve as a rotational edge rusher behind starting outside linebackers Randy Gregory and Jonathon Cooper.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Still dealing with injury

    Clark (groin) was a limited participant in practice Tuesday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Clark suffered a groin strain in the team's regular-season finale against the Raiders. He wasn't expected to miss any time after the team's bye week, so his limited participation is of some concern. However, with three days left before the team plays the Jaguars in the divisional round, Clark still has time to be ready to play Saturday.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Has minor groin strain

    Clark has a groin strain that coach Andy Reid described as minor, Nate Taylor of The Ahtletic reports. Reid didn't seem overly concerned over the injury Clark suffered in Week 18 against the Raiders, clarifying that Clark "should be able to return after a little bit of rest." The Chiefs will get exactly that, as they have a bye into the divisional round as the No. 1 seed in the AFC. Clark was a key member of Kansas City's pass rush in the regular season, racking up five sacks in 15 games.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Playing Sunday

    Clark (illness) is active Sunday against the Bengals, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. Clark was a late addition to the team's injury report, but apparently he's feeling well enough to play. His ability to suit up should be a boon for the Chiefs' pass rush against the Bengals.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Uncertain to play Sunday

    The Chiefs added Clark to their Week 13 injury report and are listing him as questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati due to an illness. Kansas City will likely wait and see how Clark progresses in his recovery from the illness over the next few hours before a decision on his status is made around 2:55 p.m. ET, when the team is set to release its inactive list. Clark ranks fourth on the Chiefs with three sacks on the season.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Dodges Week 6 injury report

    Clark (illness) was a full participant at practice Friday and carries no game status designation into Sunday's game versus Buffalo. Clark was forced out of Kansas City's win versus Las Vegas in Week 5 early with an unspecified illness, but it now appears he'll be ready to play again in Week 6. He should re-establish himself as the Chiefs' second starting defensive end across from George Karlaftis versus the Bills.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: No injury designation for Week 5

    Clark doesn't have an injury designation heading into Sunday's game against the Bills. Clark missed the last two games due to a hamstring injury, but he was a full participant in practice throughout this week. The 28-year-old recorded two solo tackles in his lone appearance this season.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Questionable against Philadelphia

    Clark (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Clark was limited in all three of Kansas City's practices this week due to this hamstring injury, which kept him from suiting up for the Chiefs' Week 3 loss to the Chargers. Getting Clark back would be a big boon to the struggling Kansas City defense, as Clark has racked up 46 sacks since the 2016 campaign, including 14 in 30 games as a member of the Chiefs.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Questionable for season opener

    Clark (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's Week 1 matchup against the Browns, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Clark was limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he impressed during Friday's practice session. As long as he doesn't face any setbacks in the coming days, the defensive end will likely be able to handle a full workload against Cleveland.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Facing felony charge

    Clark was arrested and charged Sunday in Los Angeles with felony illegal possession of a firearm, Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com reports. Clark was booked following a traffic stop and later released on bond Monday afternoon. After the Chiefs acquired him via a trade with the Seahawks in April 2019, they reached an agreement on a five-year, $105.5 million contract. In two years since the move, Clark has racked up 66 tackles, 14 sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one interception in 29 regular-season games. It remains to be seen if his current legal troubles will impact his ability to suit up during the 2021 campaign.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Gearing up Sunday

    Clark (illness) is active for Sunday's game versus the Falcons, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Clark will start at defensive end and look to pressure Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan. The sixth-year pro has produced 27 tackles and five sacks through 14 games this season.
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