(WIBW) - The Kansas City Chiefs have officially made a pre-draft splash to continue their defensive makeover.
On Tuesday, the team confirmed it had acquired Seattle Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark.
The terms of the trade and Clark's new contract with the team cannot be made public until he passes a physical.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Kansas City is sending its 2019 first-round draft pick along with a 2020 second-round pick in exchange for Clark. Seattle and Kansas City will also reportedly swap 2019 third-round picks.
The Chiefs have two second-round picks for 2020 after trading Dee Ford to the San Francisco 49ers last month. But after this trade, Kansas City will keep the better pick while Seattle gets the other, according to Schefter.
Sports Illustrated's Albert Breer reports Clark and the Chiefs have agreed to a new five-year, $105.5 million contract with $63.5 million guaranteed. That deal would give Clark the largest contract for a defensive end in the NFL, in terms of full contract value. The guaranteed money figure would be the second-highest for a defensive end in the league. The Seahawks franchised tagged him last month, with the value for defensive ends being $17.1 million.
In four seasons, Clark has 35 sacks including a career-high 13 last year. He has not had less than nine sacks in each of the past three seasons. His quarterback hits have also increased each year (6, 18, 21, 27).
The 25-year-old also has a domestic violence incident in his past. In 2014, the University of Michigan dismissed Clark after he was arrested for suspicion of domestic violence. The police report from the case alleges Clark punched his then girlfriend in the face and slammed her down. He ended up pleading guilty to disorderly conduct.
Clark was also kicked out of a Seahawks practice in August of 2017 after punching the team's then right tackle Germain Ifedi.