Former Green Bay Packers corner back Davon House retired from the NFL today, he announced over twitter. House was selected in the fourth round by the Packers in 2011. His best season with the Packers, overall, was his rookie season when Pro Football Focus gave him a 72.6 rating.
House played in Green Bay for four years during his first stint with the team. He played for the Jacksonville Jaguars for two seasons (2015 and 2016). In 2017, House signed a one-year deal to return to the Packers. He played well enough that season to be offered another one-year deal for 2018. He only played in three games in 2018 before being placed on injured reserve. After missing the entire 2019 season, Davon House retired as a member of the Green Bay Packers.
Davon House finished his career with 7 interceptions and 221 total tackles. He had three interceptions and 144 of his tackles as a Green Bay Packer.
When sharing the news of his retirement on Twitter, House said that he wouldn’t trade his time in Green Bay “for anything in the world.”
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