GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - Davon House has retired as a Green Bay Packer.
The cornerback played six seasons with the Packers. His first stint was 2011-2014. House returned to Lambeau Field for 2017-2018.
�� I can really say I’ll be a packer for life. https://t.co/uSHg4tksPF— Davon House (@DavonHouse) February 11, 2020
"Green Bay has always been home and always will be," said House. CLICK HERE for House's interview with Packers staff writer Wes Hodkiewicz.
The Packers drafted House in the fourth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played 55 regular season games with 26 starts. He was also part of several Packers postseason runs.
House racked up 123 tackles with the Packers. He also had three interceptions, three sacks and 46 passes defensed during his tenure in Green Bay.
House also played two season for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He did not play in the NFL in 2019.