Clark recorded four tackles and a sack across 56 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Lions.
Clark notched his second sack of the season Sunday and he now has 30 tackles (22 solo) on the year as well. The defensive tackle will now shift his focus to Saturday's matchup with the Panthers.
Clark tallied six tackles (five solo), one sack and one tackle for loss Sunday against the Colts.
After registering six sacks in 16 games a season ago, Clark was finally able to get to the quarterback for the first time in 2020 (seven games). He's collected 22 tackles (16 solo) for the Packers this year.
Clark (groin) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Clark suffered this groin injury in the season opener and missed three games as a result, but he's back to full speed with a Week 6 matchup against the Buccaneers on tap. The UCLA product will be an immediate improvement for the Packers' suspect run defense, and he'll look to build on last year's performance of 62 tackles and six sacks through 16 games.
Clark (groin) will not return for Monday's tilt against the Falcons.
Clark's absence will mark his third consecutive game missed due to a groin injury. The Packers presumably want to err on the side of caution with their prized defensive tackle and give him additional time to recover during the team's Week 5 bye.
Clark (groin) isn't expected to play in Monday's game versus the Falcons, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Clark was limited in practice all week, but it looks like the Packers will keep him on the sidelines and utilize their Week 5 bye to ensure the star nose tackle returns at 100 percent. The final verdict on his status will be revealed about 90 minutes before Monday's 8:50 p.m. ET kickoff.
Clark (groin) is questionable for Monday's game versus the Falcons.
Clark practiced in a limited fashion all week, but he followed a similar practice regimen before being declared inactive for Week 3 versus the Saints. He should be considered a game-time decision of sorts, and his return would be a major boost for an otherwise pitiful run defense.
Clark (groin) is listed as inactive Sunday at New Orleans, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Clark was able to return to the practice field this week for the first time since injuring his groin in the season opener, logging limited showings Thursday and Friday. Having said that, the Packers again will exercise caution with one of their foundational pieces on defense. In Clark's absence, look for Tyler Lancaster, Kingsley Keke and Montravius Adams to experience elevated playing time.
Clark (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest in New Orleans.
Clark picked up a groin injury during the Packers' season-opening win at Minnesota. He sat out Week 2 against the Lions and every practice until Thursday, then wrapped up the week with back-to-back limited showings. Coach Matt LaFleur said Clark has "made progress" but is "definitely not 100 percent yet." Clark is shaping up to be a game-time decision, meaning his status may not be known until 90 minutes before Sunday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff.
Clark (groin) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
The 2019 Pro Bowler was forced to exit Green Bay's season-opening win against the Vikings after fielding 15 defensive snaps, and up until Thursday, he'd been unable to suit up for a single practice since. Now trending in the right direction, the Packers will hope to soon get the versatile lineman back into the rotation. Heading into a Week 3 matchup against New Orleans' Alvin Kamara, who is coming off a 174-scrimmage yard and two-touchdown performance, Clark's presence would certainly be a boost to the Packers' front.
Clark (groin) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Clark is trending in the wrong direction to start the week, but if he can practice in some capacity Thursday, that will be a better indication of his status for Sunday's matchup versus the Saints. Considering Saints RB Alvin Kamara looks as healthy as ever, having Clark available to stuff the run would be a major boost for the Packers.
Clark (groin) has been ruled out of Sunday's game versus the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Clark exited the season opener with a groin injury and hasn't practiced since, so he'll shift his focus to getting healthy for Week 3's road clash against the Saints. This is a major hit to the Packers' already suspect run defense that will look to halt D'Andre Swift, Adrian Peterson and Kerryon Johnson on Sunday. Montravius Adams (toe) is considered questionable for Sunday, and if he can go, he will likely start in Clark's place. Daylon Mack should make his Packers debut as well.
Clark (groin) was a non-participant in Thursday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Clark has missed back-to-back practices while rehabbing the groin injury he sustained against the Vikings in Week 1, putting his status for Sunday's game against the Lions in legitimate doubt. If Clark is forced to miss any time, Green Bay's run defense and pass rush will both take a noticeable hit.
Clark (groin) didn't practice Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Instead, Clark focused on rehabbing the groin injury that he suffered Week 1 at Minnesota, per Demovsky. During his first four seasons as a pro, Clark missed just four games and capped that stretch by playing 83.6 percent of the Packers' defensive snaps in 2019. Knowing that, continued absences from the defensive tackle will signify the severity of his current concern.
Clark (groin) suffered a groin injury and will be out for the remainder of the team's Week 1 contest against the Vikings, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Clark suffered the injury in the second quarter and the team will hope to have him back in action for Week 2 against the Lions. A standout along the team's defensive line, both the pass rush and run defense will suffer in his absence.
Clark agreed to a four-year, $70 million extension with the Packers on Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Clark might not post the flashiest numbers on the defensive line, but he's been one of the league's best defenders for a couple years and he won't turn 25 until October. In addition to providing a disruptive presence that sets up edge rushers Preston Smith and Za'Darius Smith for success, Clark is a valuable anchor against the run. Clark also has unusual conditioning for an interior lineman, providing 879 snaps last year at a position where peers of his are often or typically held under 700 snaps per 16 games. In many ways Clark is the foundation of the Green Bay defense.
Clark doesn't expect to hold out in 2020 if he isn't offered an appropriate contract extension, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. "Hopefully, I don't have to do anything like that," Clark said. "I don't think it will come to that."
The Packers have already picked up Clark's fifth-year option worth $7.69 million in 2020, and while Clark doesn't plan on using his leverage to force a long-term deal with the Packers, he certainly didn't shut the door on the notion. Clark already has four years of pro experience under his belt at 24 years old, and he recorded career highs in tackles (62) and sacks (six) in 2019 while proving he's one of the top run stoppers in the league. This will be a situation to monitor through the offseason program and possibly training camp.
Clark, who registered six tackles and a sack over two playoff games, finished 2019 with a career-high 62 tackles and six sacks over 16 regular-season games.
Clark recorded exactly six sacks and 15 quarterback pressures for the second straight season. The 24-year-old already has four seasons of pro experience under his belt, and he has carved out a reputation as a premier run stopper. The Packers have picked up his fifth-year option worth $7.69 million for the 2020 season, and Clark figures to be a top priority for a contract extension this offseason.
Clark (back) does not have an injury designation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game in San Francisco, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Clark was a full participant in Friday's practice. The standout run-stopper's presence will provide a notable boost for Green Bay's defensive front against the 49ers.
Clark was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a back injury.
Clark managed to play through his back injury in the Packers' divisional-round win over the Seahawks, producing four tackles and a sack in the outing. Since he was at least on the practice field in some fashion to begin the current week, there's not yet any reason to worry about Clark's availability for Sunday's NFC Championship game in San Francisco.
Clark had four tackles (three solo) and a sack in Sunday's divisional-round win over the Seahawks.
Clark did not appear affected by the back injury that slowed him last week, and he was able to play 55 of a possible 64 snaps in Sunday's contest.
|Sun 09/13||@ MIN||W 43-34||1||1||2||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 09/20||@ GB||L 21-42||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 09/27||@ NO||L 37-30||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Mon 10/05||@ GB||L 16-30||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 10/18||@ TB||L 10-38||2||2||4||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 10/25||@ HOU||W 35-20||1||0||1||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 11/01||vs MIN||L 22-28||4||0||4||0||0||0||0||0|
|Thu 11/05||@ SF||W 34-17||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 11/15||vs JAC||W 24-20||3||2||5||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 11/22||@ IND||L 31-34||5||1||6||1||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 11/29||vs CHI||W 41-25||0||1||1||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 12/06||vs PHI||W 30-16||2||1||3||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 12/13||@ DET||W 31-24||4||0||4||1||0||0||0||0|
|Sat 12/19||vs CAR||W 24-16||1||2||3||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 12/27||vs TEN||W 40-14||3||0||3||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 01/03||@ CHI||W 35-16||2||4||6||0||0||0||0||0|
|Sat 01/16||vs LAR||W 32-18||1||2||3||1.5||0||0||0||0|
|Sun 01/24||vs TB||L 26-31||5||3||8||1||0||0||0||0|
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