Sources – Broncos to part ways with pass-rusher Frank Clark

Oct 12, 2023, 10:29 AM ET
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The Denver Broncos plan to move on from Frank Clark, whether via a trade or releasing the veteran outside linebacker, according to sources from ESPN’s Field Yates on Thursday.

Clark and the Broncos reached a restructured deal on Wednesday, in which he gave back $1.686 million in guaranteed salary. This move may make his contract more appealing on the trade market.

The Broncos have recently parted ways with another pass-rusher, Randy Gregory, through a trade with the San Francisco 49ers.

Currently in his first season with the Broncos, Clark has only appeared in two games due to injury. He has been declared out for Thursday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs because of an illness.

Clark joined the Broncos after being released by the Chiefs in March, as a result of failing to reach a mutually agreeable contract with his agent, Erik Burkhardt.

During his four seasons with the Chiefs, Clark played in 58 regular-season games as a defensive end and achieved 23.5 sacks. He had particularly strong performances in the postseason, recording 10.5 sacks in 12 playoff games. Clark was also selected to three Pro Bowls during his time in Kansas City.

Prior to joining the Chiefs, Clark spent his first four NFL seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, playing as a defensive end. His overall NFL career boasts 58.5 sacks and 14 forced fumbles.


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