Since the news of his release date the talk of a return to Green Bay has been non stop. Considering the familiarity between cornerback Davon House and the Packers, as well as the Packers poor showing at corner the prior year, the move seemed to make sense.
It seems, according to ESPN.com’s Rob Demovsky, that immediately following the opening of the legal tampering period the Green Bay Packers have reached out to Davon House.
The Packers have contacted CB Davon House about a return to Green Bay, according to a source, and there is mutual interest. House, who spent the first four years of his career with the Packers, was just released by the Jaguars two years after he signed a four-year, $24,5 million deal in free agency. The Packers ranked 31st in passing yards allowed last season and played mostly with a trio of second-year corners — Damarious Randall, Quinten Rollins and LaDarius Gunter.
House spent 4 years with the Packers totaling 40 games before being signed away by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2015 to a 4 year $24.5M contract. With the emergence of Jalen Ramsey, House found himself on the bench behind Prince Amukamara. House will turn 28 this year.