Seattle is believed to be open to moving its star pass-rusher ahead of Thursday's draft, and is reportedly seeking at least a first-round pick in return.
Clark notched a career-high 13 sacks last season, but his contract demands might be too pricey for the Seahawks. The 25-year-old has yet to sign his $17.1-million franchise tag for the 2019 campaign as he pursues a long-term deal.
Incidentally, Houston landed with the Colts, who still have ample space under the salary cap to sign Clark to a lucrative multi-year deal. The Jets also have plenty of cap room despite spending big in free agency.
Seattle holds only four selections in the upcoming draft, the fewest of any team in the league.
Clark, a former second-round pick, posted 32 sacks while forcing seven fumbles over the last three seasons.