Former Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to join Chicago Bears

Annette Crawford
March 16, 2019

The Chicago Bears are going all Crimson Tide on the back end of their defense for the 2019 National Football League season.

The Chicago Bears' dynamic defense lost a bit of its luster early on in 2019 free agency when general manager Ryan Pace elected to not retain slot corner Bryce Callahan and safety Adrian Amos signed with the division rival Packers.

Clinton-Dix earned consensus All-American recognition at Alabama in 2013, when he had a freshman teammate at cornerback named Eddie Jackson.


Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, who spent four and a half years in a Green Bay Packers uniform, will sign with the Chicago Bears, according to a report by NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.

The Ha Ha Clinton-Dix experiment for the Washington Redskins is over.

A first-round pick in 2014, Clinton Dix played four seasons and change in Green Bay before the move. The 26-year-old had three interceptions in 16 games last season. In nine games with the Redskins, he had 65 tackles with three pass deflections. During the 2015, 2016 and 2017 seasons, Clinton-Dix hardly came off the field for the Packers' defense. When the Packers hosted Pagano's Colts, Clinton-Dix had two interceptions and a sack. The. He earned a Pro Bowl invitation during the 2016 season.

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