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Clark traded for executives, has a $ 105.5 million deal

The Kansas City Chiefs added a significant part to their defensive rebuilding on Tuesday by trading a couple of draft punches to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for defensive ending Frank Clark, said sources of league to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Clark, who had not yet signed the $ 17,128 million franchise tag he gave by Seahawks, has agreed on a five-year, $ 105.5 million deal involving $ 63.5 million guaranteed, sources told Schefter. The managers differed with their first round draft, which is the 29th overall, and the law will change third round elections, sources told ESPN. The heads also send the lower of their two 2020 other round draft picks to the Seahawks, sources told ESPN. "I feel good. I wanted to be somewhere I wanted to be, where I" I appreciate, "Clark told ESPN's Josina Anderson on Tuesday." I thank God that KC came in and showed it … In life you just want to show that you are appreciated sometimes, and I think this was one of those things. " When: Thursday-SaturdayWhere: Nashville, TennesseeHow to watch: ABC / ESPN / ESPN App• McShay's draft buzz: What he hears »vs. McShay three-round mock»• Complete draft order: Pick 1-254 »• In-depth stories about the main prospects»• Picking the best NFL suits for the best QB lists »• More NFL draft coverage» When a long-term deal is in place , Clark will fly to Kansas City to do physical and complete the trade, sources told ESPN. d Clark would double…

The Kansas City Chiefs added a significant part to their defensive rebuilding on Tuesday by trading a couple of draft punches to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for defensive ending Frank Clark, said sources of league to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Clark, who had not yet signed the $ 17,128 million franchise tag he gave by Seahawks, has agreed on a five-year, $ 105.5 million deal involving $ 63.5 million guaranteed, sources told Schefter.

The managers differed with their first round draft, which is the 29th overall, and the law will change third round elections, sources told ESPN. The heads also send the lower of their two 2020 other round draft picks to the Seahawks, sources told ESPN.

“I feel good. I wanted to be somewhere I wanted to be, where I” I appreciate, “Clark told ESPN’s Josina Anderson on Tuesday.” I thank God that KC came in and showed it … In life you just want to show that you are appreciated sometimes, and I think this was one of those things. “

When: Thursday-Saturday
Where: Nashville, Tennessee
How to watch: ABC / ESPN / ESPN App
McShay’s draft buzz: What he hears »
vs. McShay three-round mock»
• Complete draft order: Pick 1-254 »
• In-depth stories about the main prospects»
• Picking the best NFL suits for the best QB lists »
• More NFL draft coverage»

When a long-term deal is in place , Clark will fly to Kansas City to do physical and complete the trade, sources told ESPN. d Clark would double the five-year, $ 105 million deal – but not the $ 65 million guaranteed – to DeMarcus Lawrence of the Dallas Cowboys earlier this month.

Clark has 36 sacks in his four NFL seasons, including a team of 14 with Seahawks last season.

The managers had one of the NFL’s worst defenses last season, and that responsibility kept them from the franchise’s first Super Bowl in 49 years. The executives lost 37-31 in overtime in the AFC Championship Game to New England after losing the coin flip to start the extra period and failed to stop the patriots from running for the winning touchdown.

Shortly thereafter, the managers replaced most of their defensive personnel, including long-term coordinator Bob Sutton. Steve Spagnuolo replaced him and changed the base defensive system from to a 4-3 from a 3-4.

Chiefs cleaned out three of their best defensive players in security Eric Berry and linebackers Justin Houston and Dee Ford, designated with the franchise tag and then traded to the San Francisco 49ers for a second round in 2020. The bosses then signed or acted for five new starters, especially Clark and security Tyrann Mathieu.

Before the trade, the Seahawks had a league-low four picks in this year’s draft.

Clark also had four forced fumbles and a tapping last season, and he put a bag in a wild-card playoff to the Dallas Cowboys.

His 33 sacks since 2016 rank ninth in the league and his 2,045 defensive snaps in that tension are fewer than the eight players ahead of him, according to ESPN Stats & Information Research. Of the 21 players with at least 25 sacks since 2016, Clark’s average of a sack ranked 63.9 snaps seventh.

Seahawks have recently added defensive ends Cassius Marsh and Nate Orchard in free agency. Dion Jordan, who spent the last two seasons with Seattle, remains unsigned.

Seahawk’s quarterback Russell Wilson became the highest paid player in the NFL when he signed a four-year $ 140 million contract with the team last week. 19659002] ESPN’s Brady Henderson contributed to this report.

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