Former Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Frank Clark has signed a one-year deal with the team’s AFC West rivals, the Denver Broncos. The veteran pass rusher was one of the most dominant defensive players for Kansas City in their run to two Super Bowl victories. Denver is in a new era and could use the veteran experience to further establish a winning culture with Sean Payton as the team’s new Head Coach. Kansas City released Clark earlier this offseason and he waited to sign with another team until he felt comfortable with the situation he was heading into for the next season.
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When asked about why he picked the Denver Broncos, Frank Clark said the following about his decision: “The situation with Sean Payton is good for me. I get to play alongside Randy Gregory and stay in my in division that I am very familiar with. I also want to help the Broncos get back to the mountain top.”
This past season with the Kansas City Chiefs, Frank Clark recorded 25 solo tackles, 39 total tackles, five sacks, one pass defended, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery. While with the Chiefs, Clark helped the team win two Super Bowls and was also named to three Pro Bowl rosters. He was vital for the team in the Playoffs and helped them down the stretch of each season. The Broncos are hoping he can do that for them this upcoming season.