In both of his first two years with the Packers (2019-20), has registered 80-plus tackles (87, 83), 60-plus solo tackles (64, 65), eight-plus passes defensed (eight, nine) and multiple interceptions (two, two) while starting all 32 contests.
Finished the 2020 regular season ranked No. 1 on the team in both tackles (83) and solo tackles (65), tied for No. 2 and tied a career high in INTs (two), and ranked No. 3 on the team and set a career high in passes defensed (nine) while also posting career highs in sacks (two) and QB hits (three).
Named an alternate for the Pro Bowl in 2019 after starting all 16 games and finishing No. 3 on the team with 87 tackles (64 solo) in his first season with the Packers.
Played in 60 games with 56 starts for the Chicago Bears over four seasons (2015-18), recording 305 tackles (244 solo), 17 passes defensed, three interceptions, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, 13 tackles for a loss, two sacks and six tackles on special teams. The Bears finished in the top 10 in the NFL in points allowed in each of his final two seasons (No. 1 in 2018 and No. 9 in 2017).
Named to PFWA's All-Rookie team in 2015 after he became the first Bears rookie to lead the team in tackles (based on coaches' review) since LB Brian Urlacher in 2000.
In 49 career games (38 starts) at Penn State, notched 149 tackles, seven interceptions, 19 pass breakups, three sacks and nine tackles for a loss and earned All-Big Ten honorable mention three times.
One of eight defensive backs in the NFL to start all 48 games from 2018-20. Ranks No. 4 among defensive backs with an active streak of 50 consecutive starts in the regular season.
Is tied for No. 2 in the NFL with two interceptions in the postseason since 2018.
Since entering the league in 2015, has started 88 regular-season games, the fifth-most starts among safeties in the NFL over that span (stathead.com).
Finished the 2020 regular season ranked No. 1 on the team in both tackles (83) and solo tackles (65), tied for No. 2 and tied a career high in interceptions (two), and ranked No. 3 on the team and set a career high in passes defensed (nine) while also posting career highs in sacks (two) and QB hits (three).
According to stathead.com, was one of six players listed as a safety or defensive back in 2020 to register 60-plus solo tackles, two-plus INTs, two-plus sacks and five-plus passes defensed (Budda Baker, Malcolm Jenkins, Kenny Moore, Jordan Poyer and Khari Willis).
Named a Pro Bowl alternate in his first season with the Packers in 2019. Started all 16 games for the second time in his career (2015) and was the only Green Bay defensive player to appear on every snap during the regular season. Also started both postseason contests.
Registered 60-plus tackles in each of his first six seasons in the NFL.
Played in 60 games with 56 starts for the Chicago Bears over four seasons (2015-18), recording 305 tackles (244 solo), 17 passes defensed, three interceptions, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, 13 tackles for a loss, two sacks and six tackles on special teams.
Started all 16 games for a Chicago defense that finished No. 1 in the NFL in 2018 in points allowed (17.7 ppg), yards per play (4.78), takeaways (36) and INTs (27). Set career highs in INTs (two).
Named to PFWA's All-Rookie team in 2015 after he became the first Bears rookie to lead the team in tackles (based on coaches' review) since LB Brian Urlacher in 2000.
Selected by the Bears in the fifth round (No. 142 overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft, becoming the first Penn State player drafted by Chicago since G Tyler Reed (sixth round, No. 200 overall) in 2006.
2020: Started all 16 games and finished No. 1 on the team in both tackles (83) and solo tackles (65), tied for No. 2 and tied a career high in INTs (two), and ranked No. 3 on the team and set a career high in passes defensed (nine) while also posting career highs in sacks (two) and QB hits (three) as well as recovering a fumble...According to Sportradar, led the Packers with 1,003 defensive snaps played during the regular season, over 100 more snaps than any other player on the GB defense…Started both postseason contests and finished with eight tackles (six solo), an interception and a pass defensed...Vs. Atlanta (Oct. 5): Registered four tackles (all solo), a QB hit and a pass defensed. With GB up 14 points with under four minutes to play in the game, broke up a pass in the end zone to WR Calvin Ridley on fourth-and-10...At Houston (Oct. 25): Tied for the team lead with five solo tackles as part of a six-tackle day while also recording a sack, a tackle for a loss, a QB hit and a fumble recovery. On the first play of the fourth quarter, sacked QB Deshaun Watson for a loss of 12 yards on third-and-3 to force a FG. With under two minutes to play, recovered a fumble at the GB 32-yard line that was forced by S Henry Black. Was the first Packers DB with a sack and a fumble recovery in a game since S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at Seattle in Week 1 of the 2014 season...Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 1): Posted seven tackles (six solo) while also registering a tackle for a loss. Stopped RB Dalvin Cook for a loss of 2 yards on third-and-1 to force a punt with under seven minutes to play in the game. Green Bay scored on the ensuing possession to pull within six points...Vs. Jacksonville (Nov. 15): Recorded two tackles (both solo) and a pass defensed, and intercepted QB Jake Luton with just under two minutes to play in the second quarter, returning it 23 yards to the JAX 26-yard line. The ensuing drive resulted in a FG to give GB a 17-10 lead headed into halftime...At Indianapolis (Nov. 22): Tied for No. 3 on the team with seven tackles (four solo) while also recording a pass defensed and a tackle for a loss when he brought down RB Jonathan Taylor for a loss of 2 yards on third-and-2 to force a FG on fourth down with just over 11 minutes to play in the game...Vs. Carolina (Dec. 19): Registered seven tackles (six solo, tied for team lead), a sack, a QB hit and tied his career best with three passes defensed. Late in the second quarter, downed a JK Scott punt at the CAR 5-yard line and on the ensuing possession, defended a pass on first-and-10 intended for TE Ian Thomas and two plays later on third-and-10 for WR Curtis Samuel, forcing a punt...At Chicago (Jan. 3): Posted a season-high nine tackles (six solo), an INT and a pass defensed. With just over three minutes left in the game, picked off QB Mitchell Trubisky at the 50-yard line and returned it 24 yards to the CHI 26-yard line. Three plays later, GB scored to take a 35-16 lead...Vs. Tampa Bay (NFC Championship, Jan. 24): Finished with three tackles (two solo) and a pass defensed, and intercepted QB Tom Brady in the third quarter at the GB 32-yard line. The offense would score a TD on the ensuing drive to pull the Packers to within five points.
2019: Started all 16 games and ranked No. 3 on the team with 87 tackles (64 solo)...Posted seven tackles for a loss, a sack, two INTs, eight passes defensed, a QB hit and a QB pressure...Was the only defensive player to appear on every snap for the Packers during the regular season...Was named an alternate for the Pro Bowl...Posted three tackles on special teams…Started both playoff contests and recorded six tackles (three solo) and a pass defensed…At Chicago (Sept. 5): Recorded five tackles (three solo) and a tackle for a loss and became the first player to register an INT in his first game with the Packers since CB Bryant Westbrook did so at New England on Oct. 13, 2002. Also led the team with two tackles on special teams. On a third-and-1 play early in the second quarter, teamed with DL Kenny Clark to stuff WR Cordarrelle Patterson in the backfield for a 2-yard loss to force a three-and-out. With just over two minutes remaining in the game and the Packers holding a 10-3 lead, came over the top to intercept a Trubisky pass intended for WR Allen Robinson in the end zone on a third-and-10 play from the 16…At Dallas (Oct. 6): Posted four tackles (all solo) and a QB hit. On third-and-5 at the Green Bay 36 with 50 seconds remaining in the first half, came on a blitz and drilled QB Dak Prescott just as he released the ball, forcing an incompletion as the Cowboys were forced to settle for a 54-yard FG attempt that they missed…Vs. Oakland (Oct. 20): Recorded six tackles (five solo) and a season-high two passes defensed. Midway through the fourth quarter, made a leaping deflection of QB Derek Carr's pass intended for TE Darren Waller into the end zone that was picked off by CB Kevin King…At Kansas City (Oct. 27): Led the secondary with seven tackles (four solo) while adding a pass defensed. Late in the first quarter, sprinted down the field to make a perfectly timed breakup of a deep pass from QB Matt Moore to WR Tyreek Hill…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 10): Posted seven tackles (three solo) and a pass defensed. Midway through the third quarter, nearly picked off a QB Kyle Allen pass in the end zone, but his deflection went into the arms of CB Tramon Williams for the interception…At N.Y. Giants (Dec. 1): Paced the secondary with six tackles (five solo) along with a pass defensed. On third-and-goal from the 9 late in the second quarter, came over to make a leaping breakup of QB Daniel Jones' pass intended for WR Sterling Shepard in the end zone to force the Giants to settle for a field goal…Vs. Washington (Dec. 8): Posted seven tackles (four solo), a sack, an INT and two passes defensed. On the first play of Washington's second drive, came free up the middle on a blitz to bring down QB Dwayne Haskins Jr. for a 4-yard sack. In the closing seconds of the first half, got in front of WR Kelvin Harmon near the sideline to intercept Haskins' pass at the Green Bay 24, returning it 3 yards. Became the first Green Bay DB to post a sack and an interception in a game since DB Micah Hyde at Minnesota on Nov. 23, 2014…At San Francisco (NFC Championship, Jan. 19): Registered four tackles (two solo) in 31 snaps, missing the second half due to a pectoral injury.
2018: Started all 16 games on a defense that finished No. 1 in the NFL in points allowed (17.7 ppg), yards per play (4.78), takeaways (36) and INTs (27)…Posted 71 tackles (57 solo), eight passes defensed, a career-best two INTs, a fumble recovery, a sack, two tackles for a loss and a special teams tackle…Tallied five or more tackles in seven games…At Miami (Oct. 14): Set season highs in tackles (nine) and solo tackles (seven) and registered a pass defensed…At Buffalo (Nov. 4): Posted seven tackles (six solo), a sack and an INT. Picked off a QB Nathan Peterman pass that WR Terrelle Pryor juggled into the air while being hit by CB Kyle Fuller. It was part of a game where the defense generated four turnovers...Vs. Detroit (Nov. 11): Tallied two tackles (one solo) and recovered a RB Kerryon Johnson fumble (forced by CB Prince Amukamara) and returned it 15 yards to the Detroit 21-yard line…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 18): Registered two tackles (both solo), a pass defensed and an INT. With the Vikings looking at first-and-10 at the Chicago 32-yard line, intercepted a QB Kirk Cousins pass intended for TE Kyle Rudolph at the 8-yard line and returned it 26 yards to the 34-yard line…At San Francisco (Dec. 23): Posted eight tackles and a pass defensed while tying his season high with seven solo tackles…Vs. Philadelphia (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 6): In first career playoff game, recorded six tackles (five solo) and an interception, picking off a deep pass from QB Nick Foles in the end zone.
2017: Appeared in 13 games with 10 starts and recorded 66 tackles (59 solo), three passes defensed, five tackles for a loss, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and an INT he returned 90 yards for a TD...Added two special teams tackles...Inactive for Games 12-14 due to a hamstring injury…Registered eight-plus tackles in five of the 10 games he started…At Green Bay (Sept. 28): Made his first start of the season and recorded eight tackles (seven solo)…At Baltimore (Oct. 15): Registered a team-high eight tackles (six solo), two passes defensed, a tackle for a loss and the first interception of his career. In the fourth quarter, picked off a deep pass by Joe Flacco at the 10-yard line and returned it 90 yards for a TD, giving Chicago a 24-13 lead with just over five minutes to play. It was the longest INT return by a Bear since CB Charles Tillman's 95-yard return vs. Green Bay on Dec. 4, 2005…At New Orleans (Oct. 29): Finished with five tackles (all solo), two tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Down by five points with just over two minutes to play, forced and recovered an RB Mark Ingram fumble and returned it 4 yards to the Chicago 30-yard line…At Minnesota (Dec. 31): Tied his career high with 11 tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for a loss.
2016: Saw action in 15 games, starting 14 and recording 60 tackles (50 solo), four passes defensed, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery, two tackles for a loss and three tackles on special teams…Missed Week 13 with a foot injury…At Dallas (Sept. 25): Posted four tackles (three solo) and recovered a fumble. After Prescott completed a 47-yard pass to WR Terrence Williams, Bears CB Jacoby Glenn forced a fumble that Amos recovered at the Bears 16-yard line and returned 21 yards to the 37-yard line. Chicago would score a TD on the ensuing possession…Vs. Detroit (Oct. 2): Matched his career high with 11 tackles (eight solo) and added a pass defensed…At Indianapolis (Oct. 9): Recorded two tackles (both solo) and forced the first fumble of his career.
2015: Started all 16 games and registered 108 tackles (78 solo), becoming the first Bears rookie to lead the team in tackles (based on coaches' review) since Urlacher in 2000…Also registered four passes defensed, three tackles for a loss and a sack…Was named to PFWA's All-Rookie team…Totaled six-plus tackles in 12 games, including eight or more in eight contests…Vs. Green Bay (Sept. 13): Started in his NFL debut and tallied six tackles (four solo) and a tackle for a loss…Vs. Denver (Nov. 22): Registered six tackles (five solo) and his first career sack, bringing down QB Brock Osweiler to force a second-and-17 on a possession that ended two plays later with a punt...Vs. Washington (Dec. 13): Set career highs in tackles (11) and solo tackles (nine)…2015 Draft: Selected by the Bears in the fifth round (No. 142 overall), becoming the first Penn State player drafted by Chicago since G Tyler Reed (sixth round, No. 200 overall) in 2006.
COLLEGE: In 49 career games (38 starts), the three-time All-Big Ten honorable mention safety notched 149 tackles (102 solo), seven INTs, 19 pass breakups, three sacks and nine tackles for a loss…Ended college career starting in 38 consecutive contests and recording at least one INT in each of his four seasons at PSU (2011-14)…Returned seven career INTs for 135 yards (19.3 avg.) with a long of 54 yards...Played in the 2015 Senior Bowl…Senior season (2014): Started all 13 games and was named All-Big Ten honorable mention…Recorded 42 tackles (30 solo) and tied for the team lead with three INTs…Made 2½ tackles for a loss and led the team with 10 passes defensed…Helped the Nittany Lions rank No. 2 in the country in total defense (278.7 ypg), No. 7 in scoring defense (18.6 ppg) and No. 9 in pass defense (178.2 ypg)...Junior season (2013): Earned the starting nod in all 12 games for the second straight season, splitting time between safety and cornerback...Earned honorable mention All-Big Ten recognition and ranked No. 7 on the team with 50 tackles (32 solo) while also recording four tackles for a loss, 2½ sacks, six passes defensed and an INT…Sophomore season (2012): Started all 12 games at cornerback and was named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the coaches and media…Finished with 44 tackles (31 solo) and tied for No. 2 on the team with two INTs…Also recorded 2½ tackles for a loss, a half-sack and five passes defensed...Helped the defense finish No. 2 in the Big Ten and No. 16 nationally in scoring defense (19.1 ppg), holding six teams to 17 or fewer points…Freshman season (2011): Appeared in 12 games at cornerback and on special teams with one start…Totaled 13 tackles (nine solo), an INT and five passes defensed...Was one of four true freshmen to see action.
PERSONAL: Given name Adrian Gerald Amos…Last name is pronounced A-miss...Born in Baltimore, Md. …High school: Led Calvert Hall College High School (Baltimore, Md.) to the MIAA Class A Conference Championship and the No. 1 state ranking his senior season...Recorded 78 tackles and four INTs, while forcing three fumbles as a safety in his final season...Earned all-metro honors and was named Baltimore City Defensive Player of the Year…Community involvement: Started the I'm Still Here Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing awareness and providing resources for individuals in communities that are often overlooked…The foundation focuses on three programs: Grama's Brain, in which the mission is to increase awareness of Alzheimer's disease while offering support to those affected by it; Smash Outreach, which aims to provide underprivileged kids with resources to help them succeed in and out of the classroom; and Next Level Nation, which has a goal of helping young men prepare for collegiate-level football and academics through mentoring, college prep and exposure to college programs…Personally donated $100,000 to programs that gave supplies to people struggling during COVID…Donated $1,000 per tackle in 2020 to the Alzheimer's Association Wisconsin Chapter, that along with fundraising, raised a total of $123,000...Held his first football camp in June 2019 at Calvert Hall College High School in Baltimore, Md. …Surprised members of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay with a holiday shopping spree in 2019…Put on a celebrity bowling night fundraiser in January 2019...Participated in the Packers Give Back Celebrity Bowling Event in June 2019 to raise money for the Wisconsin Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Association, whose programs champion the needs of abused and neglected children.
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