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.
Clark (illness/shoulder) is expected to play Sunday against the Broncos, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Clark continues to recover from a stomach virus but remains on track to suit up Sunday, as coach Andy Reid indicated earlier in the week. The 26-year-old was limited to 55 percent and 46 percent of defensive snaps in the last two games, and it's unclear if he'll be limited again in Week 15.
Clark (illness/shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Broncos.
Clark is still recovering from a stomach virus, which necessitated a meeting with a specialist earlier this week after he lost around 12 pounds, per Peter Schrager of FoxSports.com. The veteran defensive end kicked off the week with back-to-back absences from practice, but he took the field without limitations Friday. According to Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star, coach Andy Reid said after Friday's session that Clark is trending in the right direction to play, but the 26-year-old's status won't be confirmed until the Chiefs release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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.
Clark (shoulder/illness) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice.
Clark was able to play through both issues in this past Sunday's win over the Patriots, but the fifth-year defensive end met with doctors Wednesday regarding the stomach illness. It's possible Clark has suffered a setback, so his practice status is worth monitoring for the rest of the week.
Clark will meet with doctors Wednesday as he nurses a stomach illness, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Clark battled a shoulder injury and an illness ahead of this past Sunday's win over the Patriots, and despite recording a season-low 31 defensive snaps, he notched his fifth sack in as many games. The fifth-year pro will likely be listed as a non-participant in Wednesday's practice, but Thursday and Friday's sessions will reveal more about his status.
Clark (shoulder/illness) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Patriots, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Clark was limited during Wednesday's practice and sat out of Thursday and Friday's sessions due to an illness, but he's good to go for the critical AFC showdown. The 26-year-old defensive end has picked up his pass rush lately with four sacks over the last four contests, but it'll be tough to get to Tom Brady, who has been sacked on just 4.1 percent of his dropbacks this season.
Clark (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Clark began the week as a limited practice participant, but it appears the illness relegated him to non-participation Thursday and Friday. The 26-year-old may end up being a game-time decision, and according to Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star, the 26-year-old will be making the trip to New England.
Clark (shoulder) will be limited in Wednesday's practice, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.
Clark didn't return to action after exiting this past Sunday's win over the Raiders, but it's a positive sign that he's on the practice field Wednesday. The fifth-year defensive end will look to elevate to full participation by Friday's drills. Clark has four sacks over the last four games, and Tanoh Kpassagnon is standing by in case Clark can't go.
Clark was forced out of Sunday's game against the Raiders with a shoulder injury.
Clark registered a tackle for loss before exiting the contest, and Tanoh Kpassagnon filled in for the remainder of the game. The Chiefs held a commanding lead when Clark exited, so there's hope that he was held out as a precautionary measure. It'll be worth keeping an eye on the disruptive defensive end's practice status leading up to Week 14's clash against the Patriots, as Clark was hitting his stride with four sacks over the previous three contests.
Clark tallied five tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in Monday's 24-17 win over the Chargers.
Clark was in Phillip Rivers' face all night, as he tacked on three quarterback hits as well. The fifth-year pro's responsible for Rivers' first interception, as he swatted the quarterback's arm and the ball fell into defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi's arms. It took Clark a while to reach peak form after being traded to the Chiefs and signing a long-term deal, but he's certainly there now with four sacks and two forced fumbles over his last three outings. Clark will look to continue his trajectory against the Raiders on Dec. 1 following the team's bye week.
Clark had four tackles (four solo), a sack and a pass defended in Sunday's 35-32 loss to the Titans.
Clark was forced to miss the past two games with a neck injury, but managed to rack up his third sack in the past two games. It was reported following Sunday's game that Clark has been dealing with a pinched nerve in his neck since training camp, forcing him to play with caution, so it's certainly a situation to monitor going forward. Despite injury concerns, he's still led all Kansas City defensive ends in snaps this season.
Clark has been managing with a pinched nerve in his neck since training camp, Sam McDowell of The Kansas City Star reports. "I've been playing timid," Clark said.
McDowell added Clark revealed he couldn't feel two of his fingers while playing, forcing him to play through pain. The 26-year-old has missed two games this season with the issue and has managed his practice reps. It's unclear if the injury will force him to miss time again, but it looks as though the pinched nerve could be a problem for Clark the rest of the season.
Clark (neck) is active for the team's Week 10 contest against the Titans, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Clark is set to make his return after a two-week absence due to a neck injury. His return should provide a nice boost to the team's pass rush, as he's managed to rack up three sacks and two forced fumbles in seven games this season.
Clark (neck) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Titans, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports.
Clark missed Kansas City's last two contests due to his lingering neck issue, but he appears to have a shot at retaking the field Week 10. With Alex Okafor (ankle) sidelined, Clark's presence would be a notable boost for the Chiefs' defensive line.
Clark (neck) is inactive for Sunday's game versus Minnesota, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Clark will miss his second straight game due to the neck issue. Emmanuel Ogbah and Tanoh Kpassagnon should both see heavy workloads Sunday with Alex Okafor (ankle) also sidelined.
Clark (neck) is unlikely to play Sunday against the Vikings, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Clark is officially listed as questionable, but he may not be able to suit up and could face a limited snap count if he does play. The 26-year-old sat out last Sunday's loss to the Packers and his only practice participation of the week came in a limited session Friday.
Clark (neck) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Clark was a non-participant in the first two practices of the week, but he was able to put in a limited session Friday to give himself a chance to play Week 9. The 26-year-old didn't play last week against the Packers and may end up as a game-time decision Sunday.
Clark (neck) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.
The Chiefs got plenty of pressure on Aaron Rodgers in Week 8 sans Clark, but having him back will still be a clear upgrade on their defensive front. He's stamped with a week-to-week designation, however, so his absence from the first official practice of the week is unfavorable news for his chances of playing Sunday against the Vikings.
Clark (neck) is considered week-to-week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Clark is inactive for Sunday's tilt against the Packers, and he can't be considered a lock to retake the field Week 9 against Minnesota. A timetable for his recovery remains undisclosed. Emmanuel Ogbah is expected to start at defensive end as long as Clark is unable to go.
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