Things can change and they often do when it comes to free agency. However, up to this point, the Green Bay Packers have expressed no interest in re-signing cornerback Davon House.
That could be for any number of reasons — they don’t want him back, they think they can wait to sign him or they have other priorities. What has become clear over the past couple days is this.
The Packers are prioritizing their other free agent cornerback — Tramon Williams — over House.
Green Bay has already offered Williams a two-year, $8 million deal, which he has rejected. Meanwhile, the Packers haven’t even spoken to House.
According to Fox Sports, House has “heard nothing from Green Bay” and is “very surprised” by it.
At best, it appears House is plan B in Green Bay. At worst, the Packers have zero interest in re-signing him. In the past, this sort of radio silence usually means the Packers aren’t interested in bringing the player back. Go ahead and ask James Jones, Ryan Pickett or Johnny Jolly about that.
Like we said, things can change in hurry though.
If the Packers are unable to re-sign Williams, which is a distinct possibility, then we fully expect them to pick up the phone and give House a call. If Williams does return to Green Bay, then it appears House will be playing elsewhere in 2015.