Rookies for the Seattle Seahawks reported to camp on Wednesday, and that means those rookies who were not place on the PUP or NFI list by the team should be taking the field for the start of rookie training camp Thursday. They’ll be at that for a week, while the veterans are set to report next Wednesday and be on the field one week from today.
In the meantime, we continue our countdown to when training camp by working through each game of the 2018 season in reverse order. So far I’ve already gone through the
- Loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card round of the playoffs
- Week 17 win over the Arizona Cardinals,
- Week 16 upset of the Kansas City Chiefs,
- Week 15 collapse at the San Francisco 49ers,
- Week 14 slugfest against the Minnesota Vikings,
- Week 13 domination of the 49ers at Century Link,
- Week 12 come from behind victory over the Carolina Panthers,
- Week 11 comeback against the hated Green Bay Packers,
- Week 10 final offensive push that came up just short against the Los Angeles Rams,
- Week 9 pick-6 that effectively sealed the loss to the Los Angeles Chargers and
- Week 8 shredding of the Detroit Lions secondary by Russell Wilson.
Today it’s a very brief look at the destruction Frank Clark leveled on opponents during his Seahawks career, which included 35 sacks of opposing quarterbacks. One of those sacks was taken away on a technicality, leaving Clark with 34 sacks during his time with the Seahawks.
I'm posting this again because it's awesome.— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) July 16, 2019
Looking at all of @TheRealFrankC_'s 35 career sacks.
He lines up inside, outside, shows agility on stunts, speed to the edge, speed to power, & plenty of counters...the guys shows it all.
And he's coming to Arrowhead this fall. pic.twitter.com/37uHEuz7Qd
Of those 34 career sacks for the Seahawks, Clark had a career best game in Week 6 against the Oakland Raiders. With the Raiders starting two rookie tackles and with Kelechi Osemele not even making the trip to London for the game due to injury, it wasn’t even a contest. Clark and the Seahawks defensive front lived in the Raiders backfield and harassed and harangued Derek Carr all day.
Clark will be missed by Seahawks fans, but opponents likely won’t mind playing the Seahawks without Clark around to crush their quarterback.