Frank Clark’s Contract, Salary and Net Worth

In the Sugar Bowl game against Virginia Tech on January 3, 2012, as a rookie for the 2011 Wolverines, Frank Clark had an interception that led to one of Michigan’s two touchdowns.

For felony second-degree home invasion and accused theft of a MacBook Air, Clark was suspended from the squad the following offseason before the 2012 team’s season-opening against Alabama.

A few weeks later, he was allowed to return to practice. After missing a week, he eventually entered a guilty plea to the felony charge.

He might have received a sentence of up to 15 years in prison and a $3,000 fine, but he qualified for the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, which would have allowed for a sentence that would be expunged from his record after fulfilling the terms of probation.

In each of the team’s final two regular-season games against Iowa and Ohio State, Clark got quarterback sacks.

The Seattle Seahawks selected Clark with the 63rd overall pick in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. After two Super Bowl appearances, he was selected and joined the Legion of Boom defense. At defensive end, he served as Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett’s backup throughout the 2015 campaign.

Clark made 2 tackles on September 27 in the third week’s game against the Chicago Bears. On November 29, Clark sacked a Pittsburgh Steelers player.

Clark recorded two sacks on December 6 against the Minnesota Vikings. Clark contributed one sack during the 31-24 loss in the Divisional Round of the 2015–16 NFL Playoffs against the Carolina Panthers.

Frank Clark’s Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Frank Clark signed a 2 year, $30,175,000 contract with the Kansas City Chiefs, including a $4,550,000 signing bonus, $8,275,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $15,087,500.

In 2022, Clark will earn a base salary of $3,311,111, a signing bonus of $4,550,000 and a roster bonus of $900,000, while carrying a cap hit of $13,286,111 and a dead cap value of $21,875,000.

The estimated value of Frank Clark’s net worth is $74 million.