Skip to comments.Ha Ha Clinton-Dix picked to help fix back of Packersí defense
Posted on 05/10/2014 7:10:05 PM PDT by PaulCruz2016
Green Bay The Green Bay Packers were one player away from disaster Thursday night in the first round of the National Football League draft.
Prospect after prospect the Packers held in high regard and held out hopes might be available at their No. 21 position had to be removed from their draft board.
Finally, it came down to the slot just ahead of Green Bay. What would have been the reaction among the Packers' decision-makers if the New Orleans Saints would have selected safety Ha'Sean "Ha Ha" Clinton-Dix of Alabama with pick No. 20.
"I would have been crushed," general manager Ted Thompson said.
Instead, the Saints took wide receiver Brandin Cooks leaving Clinton-Dix for the Packers to fill an immense void in their secondary.
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They sure dodges the Sam Bullet.
He’s going pack up the back of the Rams defenders — or something.
I seem to recall seeing Clinton-Dix in some bowl game. And he was making an positive impact for his team..
Well if you have to have a weird name, Ha-Ha, is as good as any and better than a lot.
Clinton-Dix? Has anyone asked Monica?
This makes perfect sense. The Gay NFL will get a taste of Michael Sam and Clinton-Dix next season!
I always thought the “Packers” should play in San FranSicko.
I watched an interview with Ha-Ha from the day before the draft. He is a good young man, and I hope he continues to seek to be a blessing to others as he moves on to his professional career. He knows God has blessed him tremendously.
That’s a good perspective. I hope he does well.
What a pathetic and ignorant name. Reminds me of Placenta Jones!! The mother was asked WHY? and she said a nurse yelled out at birth “ HERE COME DA PLACENTA” .
His name is Ha’Sean. I think he’s Irish.
Jimmy Fallon responded the other night with, “What if Clinton-Dix is a terrible player and the fans scream ‘you suck clinton dix’”
Not quite.....Ha’Sean is pronounced Ha-SEEN