The Jaguars are getting rid of yet another bust free agent signing from a couple of years ago as they released cornerback Davon House on Tuesday. House came to the Jaguars on a 4-year/$24.5 million contract despite only starting 14 games for the Packers in 4 seasons prior to free agency. House played relatively well as a starting cornerback for Jacksonville in 2015, but he was benched for most of the 2016 season after struggling early on. House probably won’t get another opportunity to be a starting cornerback in 2017. However, he could be a good bargain player for a team in need of cornerback depth. Jacksonville should have never made him basically their top starting cornerback in the first place. It was ultimately the right decision for the Jaguars to release him since it saved the team quite a bit of cap space and he wouldn’t have been a starter anyway.