House is set to join Jacksonville's secondary at $6.25 million per year, Rapoport was told by a source.
House made only 14 starts over four injury-effected seasons in Green Bay, but his speed and long build -- he's 6-foot -- make him a fit for Gus Bradley's scheme. House has the physical tools to hang with bigger, tougher receivers, and figures as a potential starter.
As with the untested Parnell, House represents another boom-or-bust addition for the Jaguars. The team is throwing plenty of money at role players they hope to make starters. It's a risky strategy for a team under pressure to show results in 2015.