Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Kansas City Chiefs Condone Culture Of Violence After Frank Clark Trade?!?!
Credit to activists against domestic violence for calling out the Kansas City Chiefs after their big money trade to help shore up the defense.
Fox4: Chiefs trade for Frank Clark stirs debate on domestic violence in sports once again
KCTV5: Concerns over Frank Clark's trade to the Chiefs
KMBC: Domestic violence shelter calls Chiefs signing of Frank Clark 'disconcerting'
CBS Sports: Michigan's Frank Clark dismissed from program following arrest
Detroit Free Press: Officer describes violent scene in Frank Clark's hotel room
Clark was kicked off his college team at Michigan in 2014 after the arrest. His charge was later pleaded down to disorderly conduct.
(Check that link from DFP which details the arrest report featuring Mr. Frank allegedly grabbing the woman by the throat, throwing her against a wall and creating an EPIC disturbance at a hotel.)
He made headlines again as a pro in 2017 when he taunted a women who was writing about domestic violence in sports. He posted a tweet, hinting she'd soon be fired and that he'd give her a job cleaning his fish tank.
Add this to former RB Kareem Hunt confronting controversy after footage emerged of him punting some woman in a hallway last season and then the domestic drama surrounding Tyreek Hill and it's clear that the front office now has a problematic history with allegedly abusive players and, even worse, public perception of the Kansas City Chiefs showing disregard for concerns about domestic violence.
Developing . . .