"The biggest message was just letting them know how remorseful I was," Clark said of his apology to Ifedi and the rest of the team, per ESPN.com's Sheil Kapadia. "I just wanted to let them know that I was actually sorry. And I wanted to let Germain know that I was sorry, besides the team. That was my biggest thing."
Clark added the fight "was a heat of the moment thing" and that he let his "emotions overcome the situation" in a one-on-one drill with the offensive line.
Now back at full strength, Ifedi will be asked to play a pivotal role in a Seahawks line that's under pressure to perform.
Entering a new campaign, the Seahawks' front five ranks as the worst in Pro Football Focus' database after it "finished dead last a season ago in snap-adjusted run-blocking grade and snap-adjusted pass-blocking grade."
Clark, meanwhile, has returned to practice as a full participant after nursing a fairly minor MCL sprain.