Kansas City Chiefs expect Frank Clark to play vs. Arizona Cardinals despite pleading no contest to gun charges – ESPN

The Kansas City Chiefs expect Frank Clark to play in the Sunday game at the Arizona Cardinals after the veteran defensive end faced the resolution of long-standing legal issues this week and missed a day of practice because of an unspecified illness.

Coach Andy Reid said Clark would play against the Cardinals “unless there’s a setback.”

Clark pleaded no contest in Los Angeles on Thursday to two counts of misdemeanor possession of an assault weapon stemming from a pair of 2021 incidents. He was sentenced to one year of probation and 40 hours of community service.

Clark did not practice with the Chiefs on Thursday but returned Friday. He was listed on their injury report as a limited practice participant.

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