KANSAS CITY (BVM) — It was announced Monday that the Kansas City Chiefs would be releasing defensive end Frank Clark. On Tuesday, the team made the decision official. He’s the NFL’s third all-time leading postseason sack leader trailing Bruce Smith and Willie McGinest.
Chiefs and Frank Clark’s agent Erik Burkhardt were unable to find common ground on a reworked deal during several conversations at the combine and the expectation now is that Kansas City will release the 29-year-old DE who is the NFL’s third all-time leading postseason sack… https://t.co/IqjwATIWSt
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 6, 2023
Four seasons, two Lombardi trophies. Thank you, Clark the Shark 🦈 pic.twitter.com/FUOKCUDDX1
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) March 7, 2023
Clark played four seasons in Kansas City and helped the franchise reach three Super Bowls and win two, but with the Chiefs low on cap space, they decided to release the 29-year-old defensive end. Clark is set to turn 30 in June but his services will most likely be in high demand. These are five possible landing spots for the three-time Pro Bowler.