29 Facts About Adrian Amos


Adrian Amos played college football at Penn State, and was selected by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.


Adrian Amos originally committed to play college football at the University of Connecticut.


Adrian Amos finished the year with 50 tackles, one interception and 2.5 sacks.


On November 10,2014, the Senior Bowl announced that Adrian Amos had accepted their invitation to play in the 2015 Senior Bowl.


Adrian Amos attended the NFL combine and performed well, completing almost all of the combine drills, but chose to skip the bench press.


Adrian Amos finished in the top twenty among safeties at the combine in the 20-yard short shuttle and the 60-yard shuttle.


On March 19,2015, Adrian Amos opted to participate at Penn State's pro day, along with Mike Hull, Donovan Smith, Jesse James, Sam Ficken, Miles Dieffenbach, Deion Barnes, and three other teammates.

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Adrian Amos decided to perform the bench press, 40-yard dash, and positional drills for the team representatives and scouts from 19 NFL teams in attendance.


Adrian Amos had an impressive performance overall and decreased his time in the 40-yard dash from 4.56s at the combine to 4.37s and 4.40s.


Adrian Amos attended private visits or workouts for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Baltimore Ravens.


Adrian Amos was ranked the second best free safety prospect in the draft by NFLDraftScout.


Adrian Amos was the eighth safety selected during the draft in 2016 and only one of three Penn State players drafted in 2016, along with Donovan Smith and Jesse James.


Head coach John Fox named Adrian Amos the starting free safety over Vereen after he had an impressive performance in the Chicago Bears' preseason-opener against the Green Bay Packers.


Adrian Amos began the season alongside Antrel Rolle, the team's starting strong safety.


Adrian Amos started all 16 games in his rookie season and made 67 combined tackles, two pass deflections, and a sack.


Adrian Amos was in competition with rookie DeAndre Houston-Carson for the free safety position throughout training camp.


Adrian Amos was named the starting free safety to begin the 2016 season, opposite strong safety Harold Jones-Quartey.


Adrian Amos finished the season with 65 combined tackles and five pass deflections in 15 games and 14 starts.


Adrian Amos failed to record an interception in his first two seasons and the Bears ranked 31st with only eight interceptions in 2016.


Adrian Amos was named the backup to Jackson to start the 2017 season.


Adrian Amos played sparingly through the first three games and only logged 16 snaps on defense with no tackles.


Adrian Amos became the starting strong safety, opposite Eddie Jackson, for Week 4 after Quintin Demps suffered a fractured forearm the previous game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and was placed on injured reserve.


On January 6,2018, Adrian Amos recorded a season-high eleven tackles in the season finale against the Minnesota Vikings.


On January 4,2018, Pro Football Focus named their 2017 All-Pro team, with Adrian Amos entered at safety along with Smith.


Adrian Amos finished the season with ten starts in thirteen games, recording 62 tackles, three passes defended, one interception, two forced fumbles, and a touchdown.

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Adrian Amos started in all 16 games in 2018 and recorded 73 combined tackles, nine passes defended, two interceptions, two sacks, and one fumble recovery.


Adrian Amos received an overall grade of 82.7 from Pro Football Focus in 2018, which ranked as the eighth highest grade among all safeties.


In week 1 against his former team, the Chicago Bears, Adrian Amos made his debut for the Packers.


Adrian Amos is the founder of The I'm Still Here Foundation, which raises awareness about Alzheimer's disease and helps underserved youth.