Frank Clark was arrested over the weekend after police say he had an uzi in his Lambo SUV, according to TMZ Sports.
The Kansas City Chiefs defensive end was pulled over for a routine traffic stop Sunday in Los Angeles when cops on the scene noticed an open duffle bag in the vehicle.
“Our sources say officers saw the gun inside the bag … and arrested the 28-year-old for felony illegal possession of a firearm.
According to the records, Clark — listed at 6’3″, 255 pounds — was arrested at 9:20 p.m. … and was booked into jail hours later at 9:28 a.m. Monday.”
In 2020, Clark managed his fewest sacks (6.0) since his 2015 rookie campaign (3.0).
Clark made his aspirations clear about the new season.
“It’s always to get 10-plus [sacks]. That’s always my goal,” Clark told reporters. “You get 15, that’s even better. You get 20, you’re in a whole different league — you talking defensive MVP talks. My goals, I always set them high. If I’m not looking at myself and competing with these quarterbacks in the NFL and chasing MVP numbers and competing with Aaron Donald as a reigning defensive MVP, I’d be a fool.
“I’ve got to set my standards high, so that if I do fall short, I’m not disappointed. I feel like that’s my ultimate goal.”
“I’ve got teammates who got my back. I’ve got a coaching staff who got my back, so I think that’s what matters the most,” Clark said. “Everything is in-house. I don’t really look at everything outside of my team and what’s going on in the NFL and stuff like that. I just, honestly, show up to work and do the best that I can every day.”
Clark is reportedly still in a Los Angeles area jail.