The Kansas City Chiefs received troubling news on defensive end Frank Clark this Tuesday.
The NFL is suspending Clark for two games. He violated the League's Personal Conduct Policy for an incident dating back to 2021.
Clark pled no contest to a pair of misdemeanor chargers from an incident in June of 2021. He was in possession of a concealed firearm.
"#Chiefs DE Frank Clark has been suspended by the NFL for two games for violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy, stemming from him pleading no contest to a pair of misdemeanor charges from a June 2021 incident for possession of a concealed firearm," said Ian Rapoport.
A significant loss for the Chiefs of Kansas City. Luckily, Frank Clark will miss just two games.
"I do believe there has to be a better way to handle this. This Frank Clark situation was wrapped up in early September. Why does it take until late October to rule on it?" said Carrington Harrison.
"Tough break for Chiefs and Frank Clark. He had his best game of the season last week against 49ers," wrote Adam Teicher.
A tough break indeed for Frank Clark.
The Kansas City Chiefs defensive end will return after serving a two-game suspension.