The Dallas Cowboys have brought in some safety help by bringing in HaHa Clinton-Dix on a one-year, $4 million deal.
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Clinton-Dix, 27, has played six pro seasons for three different teams. He started as a Packer, then joined the Redskins before signing with the Bears last season. In Chicago, he had 78 total tackles, five passes defended and two interceptions. In his career, he has 33 passes defended and 16 interceptions.
The Cowboys had a big need at safety, as they lost Jeff Heath to the Raiders in free agency. He will likely line up next to Xavier Woods, unless the team makes more acquisitions.
In another move, the Cowboys are bringing back linebacker Joe Thomas, who will likely be a good depth piece for the team.
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