Agent: Packers DB Davon House likely to test free agency

Saturday March 7th, 2015

Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House will likely test the free agent market, his agent said Friday. 

"I think he's going to hit the market," Kenny Zuckerman, House's agent, told ESPN Wisconsin's Rob Demovsky. "There will be a lot of interest." 

House, 25, has played his entire four-year NFL career with the Packers. He has started a total of 14 games over the past three seasons.

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Greg A. Bedard of The MMQB ranks House as the 28th-best free agent available. 

"A very talented player with good size (6-1, 195 pounds), House has produced when healthy, but he’s missed 10 games over past three seasons with unlucky injuries," Bedard wrote. "Somebody is going to see the potential and take the leap."

There are few top-line cornerbacks available in free agency this spring. Byron Maxwell is widely regarded as the best cornerback available, while Brandon Flowers, Buster Skrine and Kareem Jackson are among the best remaining options for teams looking to upgrade their secondary.

The New England Patriots can make Darrelle Revis a free agent by declining his contract option before the start of the new league year on Tuesday. 


- Dan Gartland

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