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Fantasy News

  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Eyeing bounce-back campaign

    Clark is healthy to start training camp and looking to bounce back after his worst statistical season since his rookie campaign, Dave Skretta of the Associated Press reports. Per Skretta, the 29-year-old swore off alcohol, red meat and sugar during the offseason and showed up to training camp looking noticeably trimmer and with a new outlook on life. "At some point you have to grow up," Frank said. The 2015 second-round pick was arrested twice during the 2021 offseason on gun-related charges, which have since been dismissed, and missed three of the first four games of last season due to a hamstring injury. He ultimately ended the 2021 campaign with just 22 tackles and 4.5 sacks, his lowest totals since his rookie year. The Chiefs restructured Clark's five-year, $105.5 million contract, which he signed in 2019, this offseason, and drafted rookie pass-rusher George Karlaftis in the first round to further bolster their defensive front. However, the move to draft Karlaftis appears to have paid off in other ways, as the rookie has motivated Clark and even stayed after nearly every practice with the veteran to get additional work in.
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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: Out versus Philly

    Clark (hamstring) will not play in Sunday's matchup with the Eagles. Clark practiced in limited fashion throughout the week and the Chiefs have ultimately opted to err on the side of caution in Week 4. The absence will mark his second consecutive game missed due to his hamstring issue. Look for Mike Danna and Alex Okafor to see increased snaps as a a result.
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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: Suffers hamstring strain

    Clark suffered a hamstring strain at Thursday's practice, Adam Teicher of reports. The timing of Clark's hamstring injury could make him a likely candidate to sit out Saturday's preseason opener against the 49ers. Of course, the veteran defensive end can get by without preseason reps as long as he's healthy in time to kick off Week 1. Clark was charged with felony possession of an assault weapon back in July -- a charge stemming from a March arrest --and his arraignment is scheduled for October.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Will report to camp

    Coach Andy Reid confirmed Friday that Clark will report to the start of training camp, Adam Teicher of reports. Frank is facing two felony charges related to a June arrest. While the veteran's legal situation plays out, he will be eligible to participate in training camp activities alongside teammates. However, it remains possible that Clark will be forced to miss time this season, so his situation warrants monitoring.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Faces another felony charge

    Clark was charged Friday in Los Angeles with one felony count of possession of an assault weapon, Pete Sweeney of reports. Clark was arrested and charged in June for felony illegal possession of a firearm. This is a new charge related to a March arrest. His arraignment is set for July 14. Clark signed a five-year, $105.5 million contract in April 2019, and he's accrued 66 tackles, 14 sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries over 29 regular-season contests. It's presently unclear how his current legal situation will impact his status for the 2021 season.
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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 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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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Comes down with illness

    Clark (illness) was a non-participant during the Chiefs' practice session Thursday. Clark faced no limitations during Wednesday's practice, but he's now surfaced with an issue three days prior to the team's Week 16 matchup. The two-time Pro Bowler has been able to avoid a missed game all season, and he's sat out a total of just four contests over six professional campaigns. If he's unable to face the Falcons, Tim Ward or Alex Okafor would be the top candidates to fill in at the veteran's defensive end spot.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Active as expected

    Clark (knee) will play in Sunday's game against the Panthers. It was reported earlier Sunday that Clark was expected to suit up in the contest despite never logging full practice time, so this is good news for the Chiefs pass rush. Expect the veteran to handle his normal snap count, as he's racked up three sacks and a fumble recovery through the first eight games of the campaign.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: On track to play

    Clark (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Clark never practiced fully this week while managing the knee injury, but he was at least able to get some limited activity in Thursday and Friday. Assuming he doesn't experience any setbacks while warming up or during the contest, Clark should start and handle his usual snap count. The defensive end has tallied 18 tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery through the Chiefs' first eight games.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Steps up Monday night

    Clark recorded four tackles (all solo) and a sack across 61 defensive snaps in Monday's win over the Patriots. With Chris Jones (groin) sidelined for Monday's game, Clark stepped up as the leader on the defensive line, trailing only Tanoh Kpassagnon for reps in the contest among the unit. Clark now has three sacks on the season, a trend he'll look to maintain Sunday against the Raiders.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Records second sack of 2020

    Clark notched a sack with his only tackle Monday versus the Ravens. Clark has now recorded two sacks through the first three contests, but it may not be enough to put him on the IDP radar in many formats due to a lack of tallies in other categories. Through the first three weeks, Clark has just six total tackles (four solo), and it seems unlikely that will balloon much given that he tallied just 37 over 14 games last season. However, Clark still remains an option in leagues that only count sacks.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Cleared from ailment

    Clark (illness) was a full participant during Thursday's practice. Clark was forced to leave last Sunday's game against the Chargers with the illness, but as evidenced by this news, he appears to have gotten over the ailment. Now healthy, expect Clark to handle his usual starting role at defensive end for Monday's game against Baltimore.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Grabs sack in win

    Clark recorded three tackles (two solo) and one sack during Thursday's 34-20 win over the Chiefs. Clark and Chris Jones (1.5 sacks) combined to overwhelm Houston's offensive front, providing consistent pressure despite the mobility of Deshaun Watson. Coming off such a convincing performance against Texans tackle Tytus Howard, Clark looks to be in good position to make an impact Week 2 versus the Chargers.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Maintains production in 2019

    Clark tallied 37 tackles (27 solo), eight sacks and one interception over 14 regular-season games in 2019. While Clark's raw numbers slightly declined from what he posted during his final season in Seattle in 2018, a pair of missed games in the middle of the season can account for some of that. Clark did see a notable drop-off in his ability to get the quarterback on the ground, falling five sacks short of the career-best 13 he tallied in 2018. However, he was a force down the stretch and in the playoffs, registering seven sacks from Week 16 through the postseason. Clark should resume his pass-rushing duties in 2020.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Suiting up Sunday

    Clark (illness/shoulder) is active for Sunday's contest against the Broncos, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports. Clark spent the week recovering from a stomach virus and shoulder injury. He'll suit up Sunday despite officially being listed as questionable, but it remains to be seen whether the 26-year-old pass rusher will be limited in any capacity. Clark played just 55 percent and 46 percent of snaps on defense in the last two contests.
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  • Chiefs' Frank Clark: Visiting specialist Thursday

    Clark (illness) is meeting with a specialist Thursday to address his stomach issue, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Clark managed to play through his aliment during Week 14's win over the Patriots, but he was held to a season-low 31 percent of snaps. The veteran defensive end was initially thought to be dealing with a flu, but it now appears as though his malady is of a trickier nature. Friday's practice session will reveal more information about Clark's chances of suiting up against Denver on Sunday.
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