The Green Bay Packers have brought back veteran corner Davon House, but they lost outside linebacker Datone Jones to the Minnesota Vikings.
House is a six year veteran who played his first four seasons in Green Bay and his last two in Jacksonville -- and reports say he agreed to a one year deal worth three-point-five million dollars. He started 14 games in his first stint with the Packers, and House told statewide radio host Bill Michaels he was on a free agent visit at Pittsburgh when he decided to return to Green Bay. Jones -- a four-year veteran -- is expected to return to the defensive line for Minnesota, which got him in a one year deal worth three-point-five million plus up to one-point-five million more in incentives. Earlier Tuesday, the Packers lost free agent running back Eddie Lacy to the Seattle Seahawks.