The Packers dealt former first round pick Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the Washington Redskins for a fourth round selection in this year’s draft, according to reports by the NFL Network and ESPN.
Clinton-Dix was in the final season of his rookie contract after having his fifth year option picked up in 2017. If the Packers were unable to reach a deal with Clinton-Dix following this season they would have been awarded a compensatory pick in the 2020 draft.
During his time with the Packers, Clinton-Dix was one of the most dependable players in terms of playing time. The Packers safety appeared in 71 games over four and a half seasons, including being on the field for all but eight defensive snaps in 2017.
Clinton-Dix racked up 13 interceptions, three of which came this season, and had 337 solo tackles during his time in Green Bay. His best season may have been in 2016 when Clinton-Dix finished the year with five picks and seven pass break-ups. He was also selected for his first and only Pro Bowl to date.