Less than an hour from a trade that sent the defensive end from Seattle to Kansas City - the two sides have just agreed on a monster deal to keep Clark in KC for the foreseeable future.
After acquiring him for a first-round pick this year and second-round pick in 2020, the Chiefs immediately made Clark the third-highest player in the National Football League by signing him to a five-year, $105.5 million extension.
He and the Chiefs already have finalized a massive contract extension that includes $63.5 million in guaranteed money. Clark was going to earn $17 million under the tag for the 2019 season.
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The trade would give Seattle two first-round picks in the upcoming NFL Draft that starts Thursday. Schneider added it would be "feasible but very challenging" for Seattle to retain Clark, linebacker Bobby Wagner and defensive tackle Jarran Reed on long-term deals. We can't ever have our head in the sand with anything.
In 2014, Clark was dismissed from the MI football team following a domestic violence arrest, and he slipped to the second round of the 2015 draft.
Clark has 35 career sacks in four seasons with the Seahawks, including 32 in the last three years.