While the chiefs are in transition between the third phase of their preseason (which included minicamp) and the fourth phase of the offseason (which houses training camp), Frank Clark has gotten into legal trouble.
In accordance with TMZ Sports, Clark was arrested this Sunday in the Los Angeles area during a routine search by city police. During the examination a submachine gun was found in the defender’s vehicle, who could not prove legal possession of the weapon and was arrested.
The Los Angeles Police Department reported that Clark he was kept under bars until Monday afternoon. It was added that a judge imposed a bail of 35 thousand dollars.
While the Chiefs have not set a position on the matter, the NFL reported that they are aware of the incident. “We are aware of the detention, which will be reviewed under the NFL‘s personal conduct policy.“Said Brian McCarthy, a spokesman for the league.
Clark, 28, came to the Chiefs in 2019 through a trade with Seattle. After the transfer, he signed a five-year, $ 105.5 million agreement with Kansas City, with whom he conquered Super Bowl LIV.
Trouble in the desert
Clark wasn’t the only player in trouble with the police. TMZ also reported that Zaven Collins of the Cardinals was pulled over for reckless driving, a law enforcement officer reported. The linebacker was released shortly after the incident.
Collins, 22 years old, fwas selected in the first round of the Draft 2021 by Arizona from Tulsa.