GREEN BAY, Wis. One of the most competitive position battles taking place in Packers training camp is to see which cornerback wins the starting outside spot on the opposite side of proven veteran Tramon Williams.
After three training camp practices, seventh-year player Jarrett Bush appears to be in the lead by a relatively significant margin. Sam Shields, who had a very good rookie season in 2010 but took a step back last season, was the biggest threat to Bush becoming a starter.
However, Shields has struggled thus far in training camp and was demoted during Saturday morning's practice. When Green Bay went into its dime packages on defense, Shields was replaced midway through the 11-on-11 drills by second-year cornerback Davon House.
As soon as House took over, the 2011 fourth-round pick made two positive plays. First, House broke up a pass intended for James Jones and soon after recovered a fumble.
Rookie Casey Hayward, who was drafted by the Packers in the second round, has c...