Chiefs Agree To Acquire Frank Clark From Seahawks

Chiefs Agree To Acquire Frank Clark From Seahawks

We'll start with the team getting Clark, the Kansas City Chiefs.

While 2011 seventh-rounder Malcolm Smith was a Super Bowl MVP who started 16 games in four seasons with Seattle, 2017 seventh-rounder Chris Carson gets the nod here, both for his 1,151-yard season past year, and for what he figures to mean to the offense going forward.

Chiefs general manager Brett Veach said last week that he was aggressively trying to upgrade the defense, and he acknowledge the window for winning a Super Bowl title began last season.

Clark could be one of five new starters in on an overhauled Kansas City defense in 2019.

Pro Football Focus thinks the Seahawks actually got the better of the trade. "We're involved in a lot of deals". "If we didn't, we wouldn't be doing our job".

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Kansas City ultimately won the bidding for him. His consistent ability to disrupt the pocket will be a focal point as the Chiefs new defensive coordinator puts together his game plans. They signed safety Tyrann Mathieu, cornerback Bashaud Breeland, linebacker Damien Wilson and defensive end Alex Okafor in free agency, then traded safety Eric Murray to former GM John Dorsey and the Cleveland Browns for defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah.

"We didn't win the Super Bowl", Veach said, "so we can get better". I think that's what makes it fun and exciting. Clark posted a career-high 13 sacks and the Seahawks had placed a franchise tag on him for the 2019 season.

The Chiefs have a premiere pass rusher.

The Seahawks tagged Clark earlier this offseason, and both sides expressed a desire to keep him in Seattle long-term, but multiple outlets reported over the weekend that he could be dealt before the draft was set to begin Thursday.

A second-round selection from Alabama in the 2016 NFL Draft, Reed broke out in 2018 with 50 tackles, 10.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, 24 quarterback hits and two fumble recoveries.