By Mike PescaAssociated PressGreen Bay Packers cornerback Davon House is a long shot to make the 53-man roster, but he’s got plenty of NFL experience.
House was part of a Green Bay defense that allowed just 15 points and four interceptions in Week 10 and also forced a fumble.
House has had an up-and-down career at the NFL level.
He played in seven games (including the playoffs) for the Indianapolis Colts before retiring after the 2015 season.
House also had a career high in interceptions in 2015, but that’s not where he ranks among the Packers’ receivers.
The No. 11 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, House is listed at 6-foot-1 and 212 pounds.
He’s a slot corner who has started in five of the Packers seven regular-season games this season.
The Packers are currently seventh in the NFL with 20 interceptions.
House has had at least one interception in every game he’s played this season and is the Packers No. 2 receiver behind Randall Cobb, who is also in the top 10 with 21.
He has made 10 career catches for 109 yards.
House is a free agent after this season, and he’ll have to compete with veteran Josh Boyce and rookie T.J. Jones for a roster spot.