Frank Dominick Clark, a defensive end with the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, is a member of the Kansas City Chiefs (NFL).
He was chosen by the Seattle Seahawks in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Clark was named as the Seahawks’ franchise player following the conclusion of the 2018 season before being traded to the Chiefs,
who then extended his deal for an extra $105 million. Clark was named All-Big Ten twice while playing collegiate football for the University of Michigan.
On the defensive side of the ball, he had 70 tackles and 19 sacks in his senior year of high school. He caught 12 receptions and scored three touchdowns on offence.
Clark earned three stars in each of his positions as an outside linebacker, tight end and defensive end. On February 2, 2011,
he signed a National Letter of Decision indicating his intent to attend the University of Michigan. He competed in a variety of events while on the track and field team, including sprints, hurdles, and jumps.
He was dismissed from the football team in November 2014 for his role in a domestic violence incident, despite being named to the All-Big Ten team by the Michigan coaches and garnering honourable mention.
As a rookie in the Sugar Bowl between Michigan and Virginia Tech in 2012, he made an interception that set up one of Michigan’s scores.
Clark got 1.5 sacks against the Huskies on September 21, 2013, as the Wolverines held a 24-21 lead over Connecticut.
Does Frank Clark Have Any Kids?
Reportedly, he and his partner gave birth to a daughter in 2016, and she was named after him. , there is scant information available regarding his daughter.