Does Frank Clark have a felony: What does Frank Clark have tattooed on his neck?

Defensive end Frank Dominick Clark plays for the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs (NFL).

While playing a variety of positions for Ted Ginn Sr., the head coach of Glenville High School, in high school, Clark showed the least interest in the one Ginn believed he was most naturally suited for (outside linebacker or defensive end).

He was very excited about being safe. He had three touchdown receptions as a senior while also contributing 70 defensive tackles and 19 sacks. He also grabbed 12 passes.

The Seattle Seahawks selected Clark with the 63rd overall pick in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Coming off back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, Clark joined the Legion of Boom defence. At defensive end, he spent the 2015 season filling in for Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril.

Clark had 2 tackles against the Chicago Bears in week 3 on September 27. On November 29 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Clark had a sack. On December 6 against the Minnesota Vikings, Clark had 2 sacks.

In the Divisional Round of the 2015–16 NFL Playoffs against the Carolina Panthers, Clark had one sack in the 31.

Does Frank Clark have a felony?

Yes, in 2012, while attending Michigan, Clark was detained on suspicion of a criminal home invasion. Moreover, the 2014 Michigan season saw Clark’s arrest for domestic abuse.

At the time of his arrest, he claimed that although he and his girlfriend argued in a hotel room in Sandusky, Ohio, he didn’t touch her. The responding officer noted that Clark had a cut on his nose and concluded that he was inebriated when he was arrested.

His partner had what seemed to be a rug burn, a massive welt on the side of her cheek, markings on her neck, and a broken lamp in the hotel room. On June 20, 2021, Clark was arrested in Los Angeles for felony firearm possession.

What does Frank Clark have tattooed on his neck?

Yes, he does. Frank Clark unveiled his new tattoo a few weeks on Twitter, which he claimed was a tribute to his football career and most likely his struggles off the field.