Adrian Amos expected to sign with Packers

Adrian Amos expected to sign with Packers

He'll make $37 million over four years, per NFL Network, and get $21 million in his first two years.

Adrian Amos won't be staying with the Chicago Bears, but he won't be leaving the NFC North. With the flexibility to play either free safety or strong safety, Amos brings a diverse skill-set to defensive coordinator Mike Pettine's defense.

Smith has played outside linebacker and defensive end for Baltimore since entering the National Football League as a fourth-round selection in the 2015 draft.

Smith struggled a bit last season, accruing only four sacks on the season.

P. Smith is also the better player between him and Z. Smith.

Smith could be coming in at the same time another Kentucky star is on his way out of Green Bay.

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The Packers certainly aren't afraid to pay for upgrades. He came on in a big way with the Ravens this past year when he racked up 8.5 sacks and 26 quarterback hits. "He did a tremendous job on the field, was a great teammate and a true professional". Smith, who had four sacks last season with the Washington Redskins, tweeted "Blessed beyond measures" with cheese emojis and the hashtag #GoPackGo after agreeing to his deal.

Smith's deal will be for four years and $52 million, with $16 million guaranteed.

Amos, 25, had his best season in 2018, recording two interceptions and nine pass deflections.

Turner gets a $28 million, four-year contract, according to a person with knowledge of the move.

Taken in the 2015 draft in the fifth round, Amos developed into a consistent safety for the Bears on a steadily improving defense.

The people spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the contracts can not become official until the new league year opens Wednesday.

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