Ha Ha Clinton-Dix ranked No. 77 in NFL Network's 'Top 100'

Posted May 8, 2017

The Packers safety makes his debut on the NFL Network's annual list

GREEN BAY – Packers S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix made his debut on the NFL Network’s annual “Top 100,” coming in at No. 77 on this year’s list.

The fourth-year safety was profiled Monday night as the NFL Network announced all players ranked from No. 80 to 71.

Clinton-Dix enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2016, earning second-team All-Pro recognition and his first trip to the Pro Bowl, which was played in his hometown of Orlando.

The 6-foot-1, 208-pound safety started all 16 games at free safety last season, playing all 1,029 defensive snaps. He was second on the team with 83 tackles (71 solo) and tied for the lead among NFL safeties with a career-high five interceptions.

All five of Clinton-Dix’s INTs came from Week 9 on, the most in the NFL over that span. He also added four tackles for a loss, a ½ sack and nine passes defensed.

Clinton-Dix is the third member of the Packers to be honored in this year’s ‘Top 100,’ joining LB Clay Matthews (No. 82) and DT Mike Daniels (No. 84).


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