Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark is either violent, dumb, keen on his destroying his career or all of the above. Clark was famously arrested for a domestic violence assault two years ago after allegedly punching his then-girlfriend. Bleacher Report’s Natalie Weiner, as part of a recent feature on Greg Hardy, linked to an old story she wrote about the Clark arrest. Clark caught wind and decided to harass Weiner on Twitter.
writing about domestic violence is fun and risk free pic.twitter.com/XGqCQ6RvNQ
— Natalie Weiner (@natalieweiner) May 10, 2017
Clark apologized several hours later after mass public outrage but then proceeded to favorite the tweets of a series of trolls who defended his incredibly inappropriate tweet to Weiner.
The Seahawks have previously turned a blind eye to Clark’s behavior. Perhaps if players who inflict any form of off-field harm before or during their careers are actually punished we’d have less Frank Clarks to worry about toxifying the NFL