Green Bay has made a quick switch in its defensive backfield. The Packers signed former Redskins defensive back Bashaud Breeland Tuesday to take the roster spot held by Davon House. Breeland was a four-year starter for Washington, picking off eight interceptions. The team determined House needs to have surgery to deal with the shoulder pain he has suffered and he was put on injured reserve. With Kevin King impacted by shoulder and groin injuries, a move became necessary.