Green Bay Packers safety Adrian Amos is taking a free-agent visit to the Baltimore Ravens, a source told Packer Central.
Amos was worth every penny of the four-year, $36 million contract that he signed in 2019. “Smash” has started all 66 games in a Packers uniform.
After three consecutive seasons of two interceptions, he had one in 2022 but also set career highs with 102 tackles and six tackles for losses.
Focusing only on defense, he was second on the team with 97 tackles. His five passes defensed were his fewest since 2017. Was he ever in the wrong spot on defense? Probably, but it wasn’t often.
According to PFF, 81 safeties played at least 400 snaps on defense. Amos ranked 19th with a missed-tackle rate of 7.8 percent (eight misses).
It was typical Amos from that perspective. Gauging coverage responsibilities is difficult on most plays but especially so at safety.
For what it’s worth, PFF charged Amos with six touchdown passes allowed – tied for the most among safeties. (SIS charged him with only two.)
He was tied for fifth on the team with seven stuffs (a tackle at or behind the line vs. the run).