​Seattle Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark has been a ​topic of trade rumors over the last few days as we inch closer to the draft, and according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs were "deep in talks" on the pass rusher on Tuesday afternoon. 

Swiftly, the deal materialized, as according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Seahawks have agreed to trade Clark to the Chiefs for a 2019 first-round pick, a 2020 second-round pick and an exchange of third-round picks this year.

Rapoport reported that the Chiefs will need to hammer out a long-term deal with Clark to complete this deal, so you'd have to imagine that could be happening very soon.

Regardless, Seahawks fans should be thrilled with the bounty; we ​didn't foresee them pulling off such a coup, especially since Clark wanted out so desperately.

This is a win for both teams, as the ​Seahawks nab a first-round pick and save some money they can use elsewhere, while the Chiefs acquire an elite pass rusher who can help replace ​Dee Ford and ​Justin Houston.