Pro Highlights

  • Was named to his first career Pro Bowl and earned second-team All-Pro recognition from The Associated Press and All-NFC honors from the PFWA in 2016 after leading the team with a career-high five interceptions (tied for No. 5 in the NFL and No. 2 among safeties).
  • His five interceptions in 2016 were the most by a Packers safety in a single season since Charles Woodson (seven) and Charlie Peprah (five) in 2011.
  • In 2016, posted a career-high two interceptions in both Week 9 and Week 14, becoming the first Packer to have multiple two-INT games in a season since Woodson in 2011.
  • Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his two-interception performance at Chicago in Week 15 of the 2016 season, becoming the first Packers DB to win the award since Woodson in 2010 (Week 4).
  • Has started every regular and postseason game for Green Bay since the start of the 2015 season.
  • Led the team in tackles (18) and passes defensed (four) during the 2016 postseason.
  • His three career postseason interceptions are tied for No. 1 in the NFL (Carolina LB Luke Kuechly) since he entered the league in 2014, according to STATS.
  • Led the team with a career-best 117 tackles (97 solo) in 2015.
  • Registered three sacks in 2015, the most by a Packers safety since Mark Roman had 3½ in 2004.
  • Named to the PFWA’s All-Rookie team and ranked No. 2 on the team in tackles with 95 (73 solo) in 2014.
  • Played in all 16 games in 2014, starting the final 10 (nine at FS, one at SS), the most starts by a Green Bay rookie safety since Nick Collins opened all 16 contests in 2005.
  • Became the first Green Bay rookie defensive back to register an interception, a sack and a fumble recovery (since 1982) in his first three NFL games.
  • Started both postseason contests and tied for No. 2 on the team with 13 tackles while leading the Packers with two interceptions.
  • Totaled two interceptions for 48 return yards in the NFC Championship Game at Seattle, the most INT return yards ever by a Green Bay rookie in a playoff game.
  • Drafted by the Packers with the No. 21 overall selection in the first round. Became just the second safety ever drafted by Green Bay in the first round, joining Alabama S George Teague (No. 29 overall in 1993).


Played in 38 games with 20 starts in his three seasons at Alabama and registered 100 tackles (58 solo), including four tackles for a loss, seven interceptions, a forced fumble and 17 passes defensed…Majored in criminal justice…Junior season (2013): Was a consensus All-America selection, earning first-team recognition from AP, the Football Writers Association of America and Sporting News…Earned first-team All-SEC honors from the coaches and second-team recognition from AP…Was named the team’s Defensive Player of the Week four times…Appeared in 11 games with 10 starts and registered a career-high 52 tackles (30 solo), including a career-best 3½ tackles for a loss, two interceptions and six passes defensed…Ranked fourth on the team in tackles…Led an Alabama secondary that ranked No. 9 nationally and No. 2 in the conference in passing yards allowed…Was suspended for games vs. Georgia State (Oct. 5) and at Kentucky (Oct. 12)…Returned to the lineup vs. Arkansas (Oct. 19) and then to the starting lineup vs. Tennessee (Oct. 26)…Posted a career-high eight tackles (six solo) and broke up two passes, earning Alabama Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance in the 25-0 shutout win vs. Ole Miss (Sept. 28)…Recorded his second INT of the season, returning the pick 16 yards, and also broke up a pass and accounted for five tackles (one solo) at Mississippi State (Nov. 16), earning Alabama’s Defensive Player of the Week for the second straight game…Sophomore season (2012): Played in all 14 games with 10 starts…Led the team and tied for the SEC lead with a career-best five INTs on his way to earning third-team All-America and first-team All-SEC honors from The NFL Draft Report…Finished fifth in the SEC with 91 INT return yards…Registered 37 tackles (23 solo), including a half-tackle for a loss, and nine passes defensed…Started his first career game in the season opener vs. Michigan (Sept. 1) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, recording three tackles (one solo)…Registered his first career INT, returning the pick 46 yards. Added a forced fumble and two tackles (one solo) in the 52-0 win at Arkansas (Sept. 15)…Finished second on the team with a season-high seven tackles (four solo) and registered an INT for the third straight game vs. Notre Dame (BCS National Championship, Jan. 7)…Freshman season (2011): Played in all 13 games, one of seven true freshmen on the team to appear in a game during the season…Registered 11 tackles (five solo) and two passes defensed…Saw time as a backup safety and as a key contributor on special teams.


Given name Ha’Sean Treshon Clinton-Dix…First name is pronounced ha-SEEN…Nicknamed “Ha Ha” by his grandmother when he was 3 or 4 years old…Born in Orlando, Fla. …High school: Was rated the No. 1 safety in the nation by and as a senior in 2010 at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla. …Named an Under Armour All-American and a SuperPrep All-American…Was ranked as the top player in the state of Florida by and SuperPrep…Registered 112 tackles, including 10 tackles for a loss, six sacks, four forced fumbles, two interceptions and 10 passes defensed as a senior…On offense, carried the ball 23 times for 244 yards (10.6 avg.) and three TDs and caught five passes for 156 yards (31.2 avg.)…Returned eight punts for 199 yards (24.9 avg.) and 11 kickoffs for 291 yards (26.5 avg.)…As a junior in 2010, recorded 93 tackles, including 13 tackles for a loss, six sacks, three INTs, 12 passes defensed and three forced fumbles…Averaged 20.3 yards per punt return and 74.5 yards on two kickoff returns with one TD…Also lettered in track, participating in the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams…Community involvement: Participated in community activities in Wisconsin involving Bellin Health, The Salvation Army, St. John the Baptist School and the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer…Helped paint houses in Tuscaloosa, Ala., following a destructive tornado in 2011…Residence: Orlando, Fla.