The Kansas City Chiefs officially introduced defensive end Frank Clark at a press conference on Friday. Clark was acquired for the 29th pick in this year’s NFL draft, a future second-round pick and a swap of third-round picks.
Clark, coach Andy Reid and general manager Brett Veach answered questions about the process of working out the trade and what he adds to the team defensively and as a whole. There were also questions about Clark’s past, specifically pertaining to a domestic violence arrest from when he was in college. He was dismissed from the Michigan football team after the arrest.
The team also reiterated its statement from Thursday night about wide receiver Tyreek Hill and his ongoing legal situation.