Frank Clark inspired to mentor Chiefs rookie DE George Karlaftis
If you’ve been to training camp this week and stayed up late after practice, know that Kansas City Chiefs’ Frank Clark remains to work with the team’s rookies. You may have noticed. One of Clark’s goals this year, besides improving his health and mental health, is to be the best teammate he can be. As part of that, you need to spend a little more time making sure your next newcomer is ready and has all the tools they need to succeed. “We brought in some young people,” Clark told reporters on Saturday.
“George (Carraftis) is a first-rounder who has to be ready to play. Ultimately, part of what I do in training is to help him understand the system faster. Clark says the younger players came to him for advice. Proud of IM. He joined the Seahawks organization in Seattle a year after his consecutive Super Bowl appearances, where the defense became known as the Boom Legion.
He studied with veterans such as Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril. Not only do they rely on advice, they alert you when they make a mistake. “(Michael Bennett) He would come up to me often and say, ‘Hey, it’s too late to quit the game’. Cliff (Avril) comes up to me… “Turn your toes around a corner, guys. I don’t care if you break your toe and have to bend that angle. Your knees should touch the floor.
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