Ha Ha Clinton-Dix joining Eddie Jackson with Chicago Bears

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix joining Eddie Jackson with Chicago Bears

Amos helped the Bears boast the NFL's top pass defense in 2018.

Pro Bowl safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears, the team announced.

Clinton-Dix was Green Bay's first-round selection (No. 21 overall out of Alabama) back in 2014. He played in 71 games for Green Bay before the Redskins acquired him in October 2018. He didn't have an interception with Washington but almost doubled his tackle rate to finish with 66 in nine games with the Redskins.

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Former Green Bay Packers free safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has agreed to a deal with the Chicago Bears. It will be worth $3.5 million, according to reports. He's got 14 interceptions and 25 pass deflections along with 80 tackles in 80 career games, starting his last 64-in-a-row.

Per Garafolo, Clinton-Dix had "more on the table elsewhere". Sure, given their choice, they'd rather have Amos than Clinton-Dix.

The good news with Clinton-Dix is that he's young (26), durable (never missed a game) and capable of producing turnovers (11 interceptions in the past three seasons). The brevity of the contract makes the move a low-risk investment for the Bears, who know they have to work out an extension for fellow safety Eddie Jackson next year.