Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to retire as member of the Green Bay Packers
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Former Pro Bowl safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix has decided to retire from the NFL — and do it as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Clinton-Dix played in 71 regular season games and made 65 starts for the Packers after being picked 21st overall in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft. In more than four seasons with the Packers, he made 419 tackles and intercepted 14 passes — the most by a Packer during his tenure on the team. He also was credited for knocking away 38 passes and forcing three fumbles.
He was named to the Pro Bowl and was a second-team All-Pro in 2016 after intercepting five passes that year.
Clinton-Dix saw his time with the Packers come to an end in 2018, when he was traded to Washington ahead of the NFL trade deadline. He signed with the Chicago Bears in 2019 and started 16 games for the Packers’ rivals in his last full season in the league. He also spent time with the Dallas Cowboys in 2020 and San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos in 2021, but did not appear in any games for them. He did play in two games for the Las Vegas Raiders last season.
Clinton-Dix finishes his career having appeared in 98 NFL games, with a total of 16 interceptions, 33 passes defended, four forced fumbles, and five fumble recoveries while making 522 tackles. He was also a member of two National Championship teams at Alabama during his college career and was an All-American before being drafted by the Packers.
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