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Former Michigan Football EDGE, Frank Clark Finds New NFL Home


Fans of both Michigan football and the NFL were used to witnessing former Wolverine defensive end Frank Clark dominate off the edge for Kansas City, but this offseason, he signed a contract with the Denver Broncos, so he moved on. That didn’t last long, though, as a few weeks into the season he was injured.

However, the former Michigan football star didn’t take long to find a new home, and it was one he was previously familiar with.

The Seattle Seahawks, the team that originally selected Clark in the NFL draft, have signed him, according to NFL source Ian Rapoport, who made the announcement on Wednesday.

Clark joined the league for the ninth time after quitting Michigan football after the 2014 campaign. He had some disruptive sacks of Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller in 2012, which remains his most noteworthy performance for the maize and blue.

Clark, one of the few players from Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville to transfer to Ann Arbor, was selected by his prodigal team in the second round of the 2015 NFL draft.

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