Frank Clark doubtful, Chris Jones questionable for Chiefs

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Chiefs defensive lineman Frank Clark missed all three preseason games and the season opener with a hamstring injury. He returned to play 53 defensive snaps in Week 2, but the Chiefs put him back on the practice report after he strained his other hamstring in Thursday’s practice.

Clark sat out Friday’s practice, and the Chiefs list him as doubtful.

Cornerback Charvarius Ward missed Friday’s session with a strained quad and is questionable.

“Both of them are getting treatment,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Friday, via Matt Derrick of chiefsdigest.com. “We’ll just have to see where we go from there.”

Mike Danna started for Clark in Week 1 and played 46 of 59 defensive snaps, while Joshua Kaindoh saw action on 12 defensive plays.

Defensive lineman Chris Jones is questionable after a wrist injury limited him in practice all week. Jones has five tackles and two sacks this season.

9 responses to “Frank Clark doubtful, Chris Jones questionable for Chiefs

  1. Why is Frank Clark even playing? He was arrested for Felony Possession of a Concealed weapon. And this is after several domestic violence charges. This guy should be off the team!

  2. Easy answer they owe him money and assuming he is playing is better then the next man up. If Jones don’t play this week or doesn’t play markedly better then he needs to move back inside. You dont take a top 5 tackle and move him to be an average/bottom half DE.

  3. That high power offense can’t get off the field with that mediocre defense. Even when you score 40 points each game the defense doesn’t help.

  4. How uzi Clark allowed to play? Uzis were banned from public use in 1986.

    So it’s a black market weapon. Fire Goodell.

  5. “Frank Clark doubtful…”

    This could refer equally to his injury status and how he plays. Wish the Chiefs could move on from this guy.

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