Kenny Clark



Experience: 7 years

Height: 6-3

Age: 27

Weight: 314 lbs

College: UCLA




    308/26/2022@ChiefsL 10 - 17
    208/20/2022SaintsW 20 - 10
    108/13/2022@49ersL 21 - 28

    Regular Season

    309/25/2022@BuccaneersW 14 - 124312000
    209/19/2022BearsW 27 - 101010000
    109/11/2022@VikingsL 7 - 234110000


    • Named to the Pro Bowl in 2021, joining Henry Jordan (1960-61, 1963, 1966) and Dave Hanner (1953-54) as the only Packers defensive tackles to make multiple Pro Bowls (2019).
    • In 2021, led the Green Bay defensive line with 48 tackles (28 solo) while also finishing in the top five on the team with four sacks (No. 4 on the team), six tackles for a loss (tied for No. 3 on the team) and 13 QB hits (No. 3 on the team).
    • According to Stats Pass, tied with LB Rashan Gary for the team lead in 2021 with 43.5 QB hurries (No. 6 among NFL players listed as a DT).
    • Has 4.5 career postseason sacks, tied for No. 4 by a Packer since 1982 and tied for No. 5 in the NFL from 2019-21.
    • Started all 13 games he played in 2020 and led the defensive line with 41 tackles (28 solo). In two postseason contests, posted 11 tackles (six solo), a team-best 2½ sacks (eighth most by a GB player in the postseason since 1982), a team-high two tackles for a loss and tied for the team lead with three QB hits.
    • Earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl (injury replacement for Rams DT Aaron Donald) after a 2019 season where he started all 16 games, ranked No. 2 on the team with a career-high 89 tackles (52 solo) and tied his career high with six sacks.
    • Named a Pro Bowl alternate in 2018 after recording a career-high six sacks (No. 2 on the team) and finishing No. 3 on the team with 73 tackles (36 solo) despite missing three games.
    • In 2017, started all 15 games he appeared in, leading the Green Bay defensive line in tackles (78) and ranking No. 2 in both sacks (4½) and solo tackles (39).
    • Played in all 16 games with two starts as a rookie (2016) and became the youngest player to appear in a season opener for the Packers since Arnie Herber (20 years old) in 1930.
    • Earned third-team All-America honors from The Associated Press and first-team All-Pacific-12 recognition from the coaches and media as a junior in 2015.