The NFL has placed the Chiefs' defensive end on suspension.

The National Football League has suspended defensive end Frank Clark of the Kansas City Chiefs for two games for violating the league's personal conduct rules.

In September, Clark pled no guilty to two charges of misdemeanor possession of an assault weapon for separate occurrences in 2021.

 Which led to the suspension. He received a year of probation and must do 40 hours of community service.

The Chiefs have a bye week this week at (5-2). Clark's comeback date is Monday, November 14.

Meaning the Chiefs have two home games before then (Week 9 vs. Tennessee Titans, Week 10 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars).

Clark, who is 29 years old, has started all seven games he has played in this season and has accumulated 15 tackles and three sacks. 

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