The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs for fifth-year, former University of Michigan defensive end Frank Clark.
The deal is worth for this year’s first round pick and next year’s second-round pick and to exchange for this year’s third round picks.
Clark has also agreed to a 5 year, $105.5 million deal/extension as part of the trade. Over 63 million of them is guaranteed.
Sources: The #Seahawks and #Chiefs are deep in talks on a trade to send star Frank Clark to KC. The compensation would include a 1st rounder, a 2020 2nd rounder and a swap of mid-rounders. To complete it, the franchise tagged player and Chiefs must hammer out a deal.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 23, 2019
Last year while being in Seattle, he recorded 13 sacks, his first career interception against the Los Angeles Rams, and three forced fumbles.
He originally signed a four-year rookie deal for $3.7 million after being selected in the second round of the 2015 draft out of Michigan.