"Right now, I'm playing each and every game like it's my last. I don't think I'm going to be here next year," Clinton-Dix told the Wisconsin State Journal's Jason Wilde on Monday while reflecting on Green Bay's up-and-down season thus far.
"That's how I look at it. I just (have to) be honest with myself. You've got to play it game-by-game. Whether we're losing by 60 points, you've got to go out there and perform. This is my biggest interview of my career. So I’ve got to perform, regardless of what the record says."
While the Packers' offense has consistently delivered 20-something points each week, the defense has been inconsistent. The unit blanked the Buffalo Bills two weeks ago, but has given up 31 points twice and 29 points another time.
Clinton-Dix, a Pro Bowler in 2016, has 20 tackles, three interceptions, and a sack through five contests, though he's also had his share of blunders. The 25-year-old was a first-round draft pick of the Packers in 2014.
Green Bay is 2-2-1 heading into Week 6, where they'll host the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football.