Davon House Back in the House


He spent his first four years in the National Football League in Green Bay, leaving in 2015 for a four year $24.5 million free agency deal in Jacksonville.

Davon House is indeed coming back to the Green Bay Packers after all.

On a similar topic, Green Bay had to watch another one of its players choose a divisional rival in free agency when guard T.J. Lang signed with the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

Terms of the contract were not disclosed, but according to multiple reports, Jones signed a one-year, $3.75 million deal with incentives that could push the total value to $5 million.

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ESPN's Rob Demovsky first reported House was signing a one-year deal with the Packers.

On Monday, outside linebacker Jay Elliott visited the Steelers before re-signing with the Packers.

It's been a busy day in the free agent world. He has performed primarily as a defensive end in the Packers' 3-4 defense, but with the Vikings has the ability to play either as a base defensive end or as an interior rusher in passing situations.

In Week 16, Jones started at left outside linebacker but also played on the defensive line and on special teams.