If you're a member of the Green Bay Packers, then you've definitely pulled a hamstring. It's part of the culture! Who has this year's first pulled hammy?
We've got a depth chart. Unofficial, of course, but a depth chart nonetheless. The only surprise for the Green Bay Packers comes at the cornerback position.
Literally everyone seems to be writing off LaDarius Gunter as a possible starting cornerback for the Green Bay Packers. He's not and neither are we.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House was stuck in Minneapolis on Monday night. That is until a couple fans picked him up and drove him to Green Bay.
Cornerback Davon House didn't need any gear when he signed with the Green Bay Packers the second time. He kept all of it from the first time. Weird.
The guys who open OTAs with the starting units typically also open training camp there for the Green Bay Packers. So who's got a leg up in the secondary?
The battle for starting spots among the Green Bay Packers' cornerbacks will be the most interesting to watch in training camp. We're calling the battle.
The Green Bay Packers signed cornerback Davon House to a modest one-year deal. It seems the Packers and Ted Thompson don't trust themselves anymore.
We were told it wasn't going to happen, but the Green Bay Packers have indeed brought cornerback Davon House back. It's a move we can be excited about.
Is Davon House coming back to solve the Green Bay Packers' cornerback woes? No, not that he was going to do that anyway. House appears to be out.
Some people don't think the Green Bay Packers should re-sign Davon House because he failed in Jacksonville. It's more like Jacksonville wasted him.
The Jacksonville Jaguars' treatment of cornerback Davon House isn't necessarily a slight on him. Maybe the Green Bay Packers should give him another chance.
The Green Bay Packers may be bringing cornerback Davon House back. Released by Jacksonville, the Packers and House have started talking about a return.
Cornerback Davon House is going to be released by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Maybe the Green Bay Packers should re-sign him? Hell no!
All of that doing nothing in free agency really does pay off. This year, it paid off in the form of two fourth-round picks for the Green Bay Packers.
The Green Bay Packers have lost cornerback Davon House to the Jacksonville Jaguars. House got what we would consider a ludicrous deal for more than $6 million annually.