Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Reportedly Makes Free Agency Decision

Aubrey Yates
March 16, 2019

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

The NFL's free agency period started with a flurry of activity.

Star safeties like Landon Collins and Tyrann Mathieu signed on the first day, while Earl Thomas needed just one extra day to make his decision.

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 was a Pro Bowler in 2016.

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On Thursday, the former Alabama safety reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Bears, according to Ian Rapoport.

NFL Network reported Clinton-Dix had a one-year contract for $3.5 million with Chicago as he returns to the NFC North. Formerly of the #Redskins and #Packers, he gets a new home in Chicago.

Clinton-Dix, 26, spent his first four-and-a-half seasons with the Packers before he was traded to the Redskins last October.

The 2014 first-round pick (21st overall) once had a streak of 2,033 consecutive defensive plays on the field while with the Packers. When the Packers hosted Pagano's Colts, Clinton-Dix had two interceptions and a sack. The.

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