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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Inks contract extension

    Clark and the Packers agreed on a three-year, $64 million contract extension Sunday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Clark is coming off of a 2023 campaign in which he recorded a career-high 7.5 sacks, while totaling 44 total tackles of the Packers' 17 regular-season contests. The 28-year-old has been a staple on the interior defensive line for Green Bay since the team selected him in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, missing just eight total regular-season contests over his eight year career. With the Packers looking to build off of a 2023 season where the team nearly reached the NFC Championship game, inking Clark to a long-term deal will eliminate any drama about his future.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Sets career high for sacks

    Clark tallied 44 tackles (22 solo), a career-high 7.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three pass deflections over 17 games in the 2023 regular season. Clark had not recorded more than 6.0 sacks in a season, but he surpassed that mark in his eighth go-around as a professional. He appeared in every game the last two seasons and will turn just 28 years old in October, so he figures to remain a force up front for the Packers.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Racks up two sacks

    Clark recorded four tackles (three solo), including two sacks, and a pass deflection in Sunday's 34-20 loss to the Buccaneers. Clark had recorded only a half-sack over his previous six appearances, but he made up for lost time in a big way in Week 15 and pushed his season total to a career-high 6.5 sacks in the process. He will continue playing a prominent role on Green Bay's defensive line the rest of the way.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Questionable for Sunday at Steelers

    Clark (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game at the Steelers, Rob Demovsky of reports. Clark was limited at practice during the week, and now he's in jeopardy of missing his first game this season with a shoulder injury he sustained in Week 9 versus the Rams. If he's sidelined, 2021 fifth-rounder Tedarrell Slaton will likely start at defensive tackle in Week 10.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Has back injury

    Clark is not practicing Monday due to a back injury, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports. Clark didn't suit up for Green Bay's preseason opener against the Bengals, and his status appears uncertain for Saturday's exhibition match against the Patriots as well. The veteran defensive tackle is a key component of the Packers' starting defense, so the team will undoubtedly prioritize getting him healthy for Week 1. Tedarrell Slaton and Jonathan Ford should handle more practice reps in the meantime.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Logs season high in tackles

    Clark recorded seven tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 15-9 defeat versus the Lions. Clark finished behind inside linebacker Krys Barnes as the Packers' second-leading tackler against Detroit. The nose tackle has now totaled 34 tackles (16 solo) and two sacks over the first nine games of 2022, and he could come away with another impressive stat line against the Cowboys' run-heavy offense this coming Sunday.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: No injury designation for Sunday

    Clark doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Wes Hodkiewicz of reports. Clark popped up on the injury report Thursday as a limited participant due to a groin injury and was limited again Friday. Nonetheless, the defensive tackle will still be good to go for Sunday's matchup with Tampa Bay. Through two games, Clark has recorded five tackles across 78 defensive snaps.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Logs limited session Thursday

    Clark (groin) was listed as a limited participant on the Packers' practice report Thursday. Although Clark was able to play 88 percent of the team's defensive snaps during Sunday's game against the Bears, he was limited during Thursday's practice with an apparent groin injury. The severity of the issue is unclear, but expect Friday's practice report to provide more clarity regarding the 314-pounder's Week 3 availability against the Buccaneers. If Clark is ruled inactive, Devonte Wyatt and Tedarrell Slaton are candidates to take on expanded roles Sunday against Tampa Bay.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Rejoins teammates at practice

    Clark was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Clark returned to practice Thursday, and the team is optimistic that he'll be able to suit up Saturday against the Browns. The starting nose tackle missed last week's win over the Ravens after being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list a week ago.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Added to COVID-19 list

    Clark was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. It's not yet known whether Clark has tested positive for the virus or whether he's considered a close contact. However, he'll likely be sidelined Sunday against the Ravens because he was placed on the list so late in the week. Tyler Lancaster and Tedarrell Slaton are the candidates to fill in for an absent Clark this weekend.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Collects fourth sack

    Clark racked up six tackles (three solo) and a sack in Sunday's 36-28 victory over the Rams. The six tackles tied a season high for Clark, and the sack was the first he put on the board since he tallied two of them in Week 6. Clark has been a force on the Packers' defensive line all season, and he now finds himself just two sacks shy of the career-high six he recorded in both the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Stacks up two sacks

    Clark recorded three solo tackles and two sacks in Sunday's 24-14 victory over the Bears. Clark has been wreaking a lot of havoc in opposing backfields, and that finally paid off in the sack column, as he recorded twice as many sacks in Week 6 as he tallied through the Packers' first five games. He is well on his way to matching or surpassing the career-high six sacks he recorded during the 2018 and 2019 campaigns.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Five stops in Week 1

    Clark had five tackles (three solo) in Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Saints. Clark's tackle numbers took a dip last season, but he got off to a good start in that regard in Week 1, as the five stops he recorded were over a full tackle more than the 3.9 tackles he averaged while making a career-high 62 stops in 2019.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Second sack of season Sunday

    Clark recorded four tackles and a sack across 56 defensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Lions. Clark notched his second sack of the season Sunday and he now has 30 tackles (22 solo) on the year as well. The defensive tackle will now shift his focus to Saturday's matchup with the Panthers.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Practices fully Wednesday

    Clark (groin) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Clark suffered this groin injury in the season opener and missed three games as a result, but he's back to full speed with a Week 6 matchup against the Buccaneers on tap. The UCLA product will be an immediate improvement for the Packers' suspect run defense, and he'll look to build on last year's performance of 62 tackles and six sacks through 16 games.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: May be game-time call

    Clark (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest in New Orleans. Clark picked up a groin injury during the Packers' season-opening win at Minnesota. He sat out Week 2 against the Lions and every practice until Thursday, then wrapped up the week with back-to-back limited showings. Coach Matt LaFleur said Clark has "made progress" but is "definitely not 100 percent yet." Clark is shaping up to be a game-time decision, meaning his status may not be known until 90 minutes before Sunday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Upgraded to limited

    Clark (groin) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. The 2019 Pro Bowler was forced to exit Green Bay's season-opening win against the Vikings after fielding 15 defensive snaps, and up until Thursday, he'd been unable to suit up for a single practice since. Now trending in the right direction, the Packers will hope to soon get the versatile lineman back into the rotation. Heading into a Week 3 matchup against New Orleans' Alvin Kamara, who is coming off a 174-scrimmage yard and two-touchdown performance, Clark's presence would certainly be a boost to the Packers' front.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Unable to practice Wednesday

    Clark (groin) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Clark is trending in the wrong direction to start the week, but if he can practice in some capacity Thursday, that will be a better indication of his status for Sunday's matchup versus the Saints. Considering Saints RB Alvin Kamara looks as healthy as ever, having Clark available to stuff the run would be a major boost for the Packers.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Unable to play Sunday

    Clark (groin) has been ruled out of Sunday's game versus the Lions, Rob Demovsky of reports. Clark exited the season opener with a groin injury and hasn't practiced since, so he'll shift his focus to getting healthy for Week 3's road clash against the Saints. This is a major hit to the Packers' already suspect run defense that will look to halt D'Andre Swift, Adrian Peterson and Kerryon Johnson on Sunday. Montravius Adams (toe) is considered questionable for Sunday, and if he can go, he will likely start in Clark's place. Daylon Mack should make his Packers debut as well.
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  • Packers' Kenny Clark: Dealing with back injury

    Coach Matt LaFleur said Thursday that Clark (back) was "really limited" in practice, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Clark sat out Wednesday's practice, so Thursday's limited session at least represents a tangible step in the right direction. LaFleur also said he's "hopeful" that Clark will be available for Sunday's NFC divisional-round game against the Seahawks. The starting nose tackle will have one more opportunity to practice without limitations Friday.
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