Frank Clark is close to signing with the Chiefs after being released by the Broncos, according to NFL rumours.

It must be the day for former Kansas City Chiefs players to return, as defensive end Frank Clark is allegedly on his way back after being released by the Denver Broncos.

Clark seems to be on his way back to Kansas City after only two games with the Broncos, after Mecole Hardman's return from the New York Jets after only six games.

While his regular-season numbers aren't spectacular, Clark's ability to generate timely sacks in the playoffs has made him a star, and the Chiefs may be able to re-sign him.

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Many Chiefs supporters assumed that once the veteran was traded to the Denver Broncos, he would never return to Kansas City. Clark was released as the trade deadline approaches.

Clark will get a physical at the Chiefs facility tomorrow, according to Carrington Harrison.

On the surface, the possible move appears to be low risk, big reward for the Chiefs, who are attempting to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

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The Chiefs are now 5-1 on the season and, maybe shockingly, have the NFL's second-best defence for points allowed, allowing only 14.7 points per game on average.

With the addition of Clark, a big figure who can be a game-changer if given the opportunity, the Chiefs' defence just gets stronger.

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