Frank Clark has been suspended 2 games by the NFL for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, reports say.

The suspension stems from a June 2021 incident, where he was arrested for misdemeanor possession of firearms after being pulled over with another man, who was driving without a license plate.

The former Michigan product pleaded no contest to the charges last month and the NFL has now issued its punishment on the issue.

Clark has been among the top defensive ends since entering the league in 2015. Throughout his 8-year career, he has compiled 57.5 sacks and 14 forced fumbles to go with 3 Pro Bowl appearances.

In his last game, Clark racked up 1.5 sacks in his best performance of the season. The Chiefs defense will surely miss his talents as they push for another playoff appearance. Clark’s suspension will take effect after Week 8, in which the Chiefs have a bye.