The Green Bay Packers have signed cornerback Davon House to a one-year deal, ESPN reports. House played with the Packers from 2011-14, before heading to Jacksonville on a four-year, $24.5 million contract prior to the 2015 season.
House hauled in four interceptions his first season with the Jaguars, but struggled to get on the field last year.
House joins fellow cornerbacks Quinten Rollins, LaDarius Gunter, and Damarious Randall in the Packers secondary. The Packers cut former Pro Bowl cornerback Sam Shields earlier in the offseason.
Green Bay finished 31st in pass defense last season.
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