After waiting out the two days of the legal tampering period and the first day of the new league year, the Bears signed former Packers and Redskins safety HaHa Clinton-Dix to a one-year deal. Amos signed a four-year deal worth $37 million in Green Bay.
Clinton-Dix earned consensus All-American recognition at Alabama in 2013, when he had a freshman teammate at cornerback named Eddie Jackson. Clinton-Dix, meanwhile, a second-tier safety in a free agent class of first-tier safeties, gets a one-year deal to build his value with an elite defense before hitting the open market against next spring.
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On Oct. 30, Green Bay sent Clinton-Dix to the Washington Redskins seven games into the 2018 season for a fourth-round draft choice.
Clinton-Dix made the Pro Bowl in 2016 when he set a career high with 5 interceptions and 7 passes defensed in the Packers secondary.
Per Garafolo, Clinton-Dix had "more on the table elsewhere".
The Bears hosted Clinton-Dix in Chicago Wednesday night and Thursday morning and apparently the meeting was a good one if both sides came to an agreement.
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