Late Thursday night, SportsTrust Advisors announced that client Ha Ha Clinton-Dix will be leaving the Chicago Bears to join the Dallas Cowboys.
— SportsTrust Advisors (@_SportsTrust) March 20, 2020
Clinton-Dix began his professional football career playing for the Green Bay Packers after being drafted by the Packers in the 2014 NFL Draft. The first-round pick stayed in Green Bay Bay for five years and played in 71 games total, of which he started 65. During his time with Green Bay, he also recorded 14 defensive interceptions, 25 pass deflections, three forced fumbles, and four fumble recoveries. In addition, he posted 351 total tackles (275 solo and 79 assisted) with eight tackles for loss.
In 2018, Clinton-Dix played and started in nine games for the Washington Redskins and posted three pass deflections, one forced fumble, and one fumble recovery in addition to 10 assisted tackles.
Clinton-Dix’s 2019 season was spent with the Chicago Bears in which he started all 16 games and recorded two defensive interceptions, one touchdown, five pass deflections, and two fumble recoveries, one of which was a touchdown.