Depending on his contract, they could get a third or fourth-round compensatory pick, and with the Packers' need at edge rusher now filled, one of the top edge rushers in the NFL Draft, such as Brian Burns, could fall to the Redskins at No. 15.
A breakdown of the Green Bay Packers' 2019 free-agent signings. A source at the National Football League combine said GM Brian Gutekunst made it clear to agents that the position was the No. 1 priority to start free agency and all other deals would have to fall in line after that. Drafted in the fifth round in 2015 by the Bears, Amos has 269 tackles in 60 career regular season games with 56 starts.
When the official details of Smith's deal are released, they will be added to this post.
While Smith wasn't a starter for Baltimore's top-ranked defense last season, he was a key rotational player who was one of the most productive pass rushers on the roster.
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Smith could be coming in at the same time another Kentucky star is on his way out of Green Bay.
According to PFF on Twitter, Amos lined up as a free safety on 62.5 percent of his snaps in 2018, and has lined up at free safety on 58.7 percent of his snaps for his career.
The Bears will have a new strong safety next year - either a free agent, draft pick or incumbent backup Deon Bush.
The Packers continue to fortify their defense.
This past season was Amos' best in the pros, as he secured a pair of interception and made a career-high 73 tackles for the Bears while starting in 16 games.