It's a busy week for familiar faces to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Shortly after the news broke that the Chiefs were trading low-level draft assets with the New York Jets to bring back wide receiver Mecole Hardman, the Chiefs are reportedly also inviting Frank Clark back for a visit.
Per Carrington Harrison of 610 Sports in K.C., the Chiefs are also inviting Frank Clark back to Arrowhead for a free agent visit and physical.
Clark was let go by the Denver Broncos earlier this month after playing only two games for them in the 2023 season. He had a total of two tackles in those games and was clearly not going to be a part of the defensive plan going forward as the team purged themselves of older players on a team ready to undergo a youth movement on that side of the ball. Randy Gregory was already traded to the 49ers in recent weeks as well.
The Chiefs brought Frank Clark over in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks back in 2019 and he played in four seasons with the team. While Clark failed to put up the sort of regular season totals you'd expect from someone so well paid, the truth is that he made his impact felt when it counted most: in the postseason. In that span, Clark played in 12 postseason games and had 10.5 sacks.
Even just last winter Clark had 2.5 sacks in 3 games for the Chiefs. Overall Clark had 23.5 sacks in 58 regular season games for the Chiefs.