Chiefs’ Frank Clark faces legal trouble for possession of illegal firearm
The Kansas City Chiefs are preparing for their redemption trip at a Super Bowl after losing to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Meanwhile, star defensive end Frank Clark is under hot water after being arrested on Sunday due to illegal possession of a firearm, according to TMZ Sports.
“…officers saw the gun inside the bag … and arrested the 28-year-old for felony illegal possession of a firearm.”
Yikes. This is definitely not a good sign for Clark or the Chiefs, who have thoroughly enjoyed his time in Kansas City as he has become a stalwart on their defensive unit.
Clark has made the Pro Bowl in both seasons with the Chiefs and was all set to be a key contributor as Kansas City aims to make another run at a Super Bowl and exact revenge on Tom Brady– if a rematch happens, that is. Clark was part of the Super Bowl-winning group the year prior, but Brady and the Bucs went to town against them this past February to bring home the Lombardi Trophy.
Now Frank Clark faces some legal issues, and the Chiefs will have some decisions to make on his future with the team. Clark is currently in the midst of a contract north of $100 million in total earnings, so the Chiefs’ front office will surely be monitoring this situation extremely closely over the next few weeks.