DENVER (BVM) – After just two games in the Mile High City, it appears that defensive end Frank Clark’s days with the Denver Broncos are over. The three-time Pro Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion, who signed with the Broncos this offseason, is set to be either traded or released after restructuring his contract with the team on Wednesday.
Frank Clark’s days as a Bronco are coming to an end, per sources. Be it via a trade or release, the team will be moving on from Clark soon.
It’s the second pass rusher Denver will have parted ways with in recent days, as the team traded Randy Gregory less than a week ago.…
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Clark played just two games in Denver this season, not earning a single start, and recorded just two tackles. Given the pass rusher’s pedigree and previous performance, a change of scenery could unlock his former glory.
Here are five landing spots for the defensive end.