7. Frank Clark
After spending his first four years of his career with the Seattle Seahawks, Frank Clark proved it was worth it for the Chiefs to give up a first and third-round pick in the NFL Draft and a second-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Clark did start off slow, logging just one sack, one forced fumble and one interception in the first six games of 2019.
Clark quickly turned his season around, finishing the year with 8 sacks and 3 forced fumbles. He became one of the most feared pass-rushers in the NFL during the second half of the 2019 season. Clark made a bigger impact in the playoffs to help the Chiefs punch their ticket to the Super Bowl.
After trailing the Houston Texans 24-0 in the divisional round of the playoffs, the Chiefs allowed only one touchdown the rest of the game. Clark sacked Texans quarteback DeShaun Watson three times in that game. Clark tallied a sack in the AFC Championship game and Super Bowl. Clark earned a Super Bowl win and Pro Bowl honors in his first year with the Chiefs.
Coming off a season where he missed two games and played with a neck injury early in the year, many are waiting to see what kind of numbers Clark will put up if he stays healthy and plays a full 16-game season.
With Mike Pennel coming back and Chris Jones currently under the franchise tag, Clark will be part of stout defensive line in 2020.