The Jacksonville Jaguars officially cut cornerback Davon House on Monday morning after weeks of speculation that the team was going to do so.
The move doesn’t come as much of a surprise. House was plagued by poor play in his sophomore season, which resulted in limited playing time. House was critical of the his role within the defense throughout the course of the season, but failed to back up his talk with strong play on the field. Jacksonville signed House to a four-year, $24.5 million contract, with $10 million guaranteed, back in 2015.
Jacksonville will likely look to address their cornerback situation through free agency and the draft in the upcoming months.