In early July, Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark was charged with felony possession of an assault weapon stemming from his March arrest, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Clark’s arraignment was scheduled for Wednesday, July 14.

Friday marked the first media availability for Andy Reid since the charge — and the Chiefs head coach said he had remained in touch with Clark since offseason activities had ended.

“I obviously stay in communication with all our players during the break the best I possibly can,” said Reid. “I have had a chance to talk to Frank — I’m not going to get into that. There’s nothing that has taken place up to this point. Frank will be here, and we’ll go forward with that. Obviously, we keep tabs on it and his people will keep tabs on their side of it and we move forward.”