The Green Bay Packers will be without cornerback Davon House on Sunday. House has a shoulder injury that appears to be significant. Perhaps even season-ending.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House dislocated a finger in the team’s win over Carolina. The injury won’t keep him out long, if at all.
The Green Bay Packers obviously like what they see from cornerback Davon House this season, which is convenient. House is in a contract year and looking to get paid.
Cornerback Davon House has been impressive for the Green Bay Packers in training camp. Unfortunately, there isn’t much opportunity for House to move up.
It’s heartache and pain again for the Green Bay Packers. Perhaps more so because Davon House nearly blocked the 49ers’ game-winning field goal.
It looks like Davon House has supplanted rookie Micah Hyde in the Green Bay Packers nickel package after his week two performance.
Davon House played like crap in the Green Bay Packers preseason opener and he knows it. Now, he’s been passed by rookie Micah Hyde and might have trouble making the roster.
There’s going to be a four-way battle for the Green Bay Packers two starting cornerback spots and Davon House says you’ve got a whole other thing coming this season.
Vanilla Ice performed at the Milwaukee Bucks game Saturday night and Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House was there… in his Oklahoma City Thunder jersey.
We knew Green Bay Packers cornerback Davon House was banged up this season, but it was worse than we thought. House had shoulder surgery on Tuesday. Another example of them boning an injury situation.
The Green Bay Packers just rack up awards. Awards for awesomeness. Davon House is the latest to do so.
The injury news for the Green Bay Packers is in and it doesn’t look good for linebacker Desmond Bishop.
The Green Bay Packers may need to rely heavily on cornerback Davon House next season. That is, if he doesn’t injure himself doing stupid shit in the offseason.
The Green Bay Packers selected cornerback Davon House from New Mexico State with their fourth-round pick (No. 131). Here’s the scouting report on House (6-2, 200) from NFL.com. House is a physical corner that excels in press coverage, and could develop into a starter in a Cover-2 scheme. He uses his big strong hands to […]