Sources: Clark signing 1-year deal with Broncos worth up to $7.5M
Pass-rusher Frank Clark is signing with the Denver Broncos, sources told Jordan Schultz, theScore's NFL insider.
The Kansas City Chiefs released Clark in March in a move that cleared $21 million in cap space, according to Spotrac. The veteran defensive end was set to enter his final year of a restructured extension worth close to $30 million before he was cut.
Clark has 131 quarterback hits, 67 tackles for loss, 58.5 career sacks, and 14 forced fumbles in 120 career games.
The three-time Pro Bowler has also shined in the postseason, recording 20 QB hits, 16 TFLs, and 13.5 sacks while being part of two Super Bowl-winning teams.
Denver bolsters its pass-rushing corps with a veteran addition in Clark. He joins a rotation that features Randy Gregory, Baron Browning, and Zach Allen.
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