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Chiefs’ Frank Clark arrested for allegedly possessing Uzi in car

Chiefs' Frank Clark arrested for allegedly possessing Uzi in car

Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Frank Clark is facing a felony weapons charge — illegal possession of a firearm — following his Sunday night arrest in Los Angeles, according to TMZ.com.

Clark was said found to be carrying an Uzi when pulled over in his Lamborghini SUV on a traffic stop.

Frank Clark
Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark
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Jail records show Clark posted $35,000 bond and was released Monday afternoon, according to KCTV in L.A. A source close to the player told TMZ that Clark claims the weapon belongs to someone on his security team

The Chiefs have not made a statement following the arrest, but are aware of the arrest, per multiple reports.

Drafted in the second round by the Seattle Seahawks in 2015, Clark, who turned 28 last Monday, was traded to Kansas City prior to the 2019 season, signing a five-year deal worth $104 million. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in both seasons for the Chiefs, and has collected 49 sacks over his six seasons with the Seahawks (2015-18) and Chiefs (2019-20).

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