Bears Sign Safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to One-Year Deal

Ruben Hill
March 16, 2019

His agreement with the Bears, first reported by the NFL Network, comes after the team lost starting safety Adrian Amos to the Packers in free agency.

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

Now, Clinton-Dix will join his second new team in the span of six months.

Pagano got a look at what Ha Ha Clinton-Dix - whom the Bears signed to a one-year contract Thursday that a source confirmed is worth $3.5 million - is capable of from a playmaking standpoint in 2016.

Clinton-Dix, a first-round pick of the Packers in 2014, was traded to the Washington Redskins at the trade deadline last season.

Despite the popular opinion that Clinton-Dix's play deteriorated after the trade to the Redskins past year, his Pro Football Focus grade of 79.3 was actually the best of his career, and 17th-best among safeties in the NFL. In nine games with the Redskins, he had 65 tackles with three pass deflections.

In his five National Football League seasons, Clinton-Dix has 456 tackles, 14 interceptions, 28 passes broken-up, 5.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Clinton-Dix fills the hole left by Amos, and does so with plenty of experience within the NFC North. He earned a Pro Bowl invitation during the 2016 season.

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