Chiefs player suspended

Chiefs player suspended


Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Frank Clark was suspended two games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy on Tuesday. 

The 29-year-old athlete will thus be forced to pass his turn in the clashes against the Tennessee Titans (November 6) and the Jacksonville Jaguars (November 13).

Clark has been reprimanded for an incident occurred in June 2021, when he was arrested in possession of an assault weapon. He was facing charges that could lead to a 3-year prison sentence, but pleaded that the object belonged to a member of his security team. Last September, the footballer received a one-year probation and 40 hours of community service.

In seven games so far in 2022, Clark has amassed three quarterback sacks and 15 tackles, including eight solo. This is his fourth season with the Chiefs and his eighth season in the NFL, having started his career with the Seattle Seahawks.