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Tramon Williams
CB #38
Height:
5-11
Weight:
191
Age:
31
College:
Louisiana Tech
Experience:
8

Quick Stats (2013):

TCKL
83
SCK
2.5
FF
2
INT
3

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SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 394 330 64 4.5 0 102 25 421 -- 67 1 5 7
2013 GB 16 16 83 61 22 2.5 -- 11 3 10 3.3 10 0 2 2
2012 GB 16 16 61 52 9 0.0 -- 16 2 38 19 38 0 0 --
2011 GB 15 15 64 53 11 0.0 0 22 4 92 23 43 1 0 1
2010 GB 16 16 57 50 7 1.0 -- 20 6 87 14.5 64 0 1 3
2009 GB 16 10 55 46 9 1.0 -- 15 4 94 23.5 67 0 0 --
2008 GB 16 9 57 52 5 0.0 -- 14 5 78 15.6 39 0 2 1
2007 GB 16 1 17 16 1 0.0 0 4 1 22 22 22 0 0 --
2006 GB 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

  • First name is pronounced Trah-MAHN.
  • Has 15 interceptions since 2010 (including playoffs), which is tied for No. 2 in the NFL over that span.
  • Ranked No. 1 in the NFL with a combined nine interceptions (six in regular season, three in postseason) in 2010.
  • Posted 63 tackles, six interceptions and 23 passes defensed on his way to being selected to his first Pro Bowl in 2010 as an injury replacement.
  • With three interceptions during the 2010 playoffs, tied Joe Laws (1944) and Craig Newsome (1996) for the franchise single-postseason record.
  • In Week 5 at Washington in 2010, he became the first player in franchise history to post a 50-yard punt return (52 yards) and a 60-yard INT return (64 yards) in the same game.
  • Was the only non-drafted free agent in the NFL to post four or more interceptions each season from 2008-2011. His 19 interceptions over that span were tied for No. 4 in the NFL.
  • Led the nation with 19 passes defensed in 2005 as a senior at Louisiana Tech.


Pro Highlights:

  • Former non-drafted free agent and practice-squad player who has gone on to appear in nearly 100 games for the Packers since 2007.
  • Started all 16 games for the second time in his career in 2012, tallying 61 tackles (51 solo), two INTs and a career-high-tying 24 passes defensed.
  • Suffered a shoulder injury in the 2011 season opener, but managed to still start 15 games and post career highs for tackles (65) and passes defensed (24). Also added four interceptions, including the first TD return of his career in Week 9 at San Diego.
  • Missed the first game of his career in Week 2 of 2011 at Carolina, seeing a streak of 72 consecutive games played (including playoffs) come to an end when he was rendered inactive due to a shoulder injury.
  • Enjoyed the finest season of his career in 2010, his first as a full-time starter in Green Bay’s base defense as he opened all 16 contests at right cornerback. Recorded then-career highs in tackles (63) and passes defensed (23) and a career-best six INTs as he led the team in interceptions and passes defensed.
  • Named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl in 2010, he was selected to the all-star game as an injury replacement for Eagles CB Asante Samuel, but did not play in the game since the Packers were preparing for Super Bowl XLV.
  • Tied the franchise single-postseason record with three more interceptions in the 2010 playoffs, including one for a touchdown, and his nine combined interceptions on the season ranked No. 1 in the NFL.
  • Became one of just three players whose career began since 1970 to post a 90-yard punt return and interception and kickoff returns of 65 yards in a career, joining Adam Jones and Lemar Parrish.
  • Moved into the starting lineup in Week 12 of ’09 when Al Harris went down with a season-ending knee injury, and went on to lead the team with 22 passes defensed.
  • Got his first extensive starting experience in 2008, opening nine games in place of both Harris (spleen injury) and CB Charles Woodson (temporary move to safety).
  • Along with teammates Woodson and Nick Collins that season, became first Packers trio to each post five or more interceptions in a season since 1996 (S Eugene Robinson, S LeRoy Butler, CB Doug Evans).
  • Was the only non-drafted free agent in the NFL to record four or more interceptions each season from 2008-11, and his 19 interceptions in the regular season tied for No. 4 in the NFL during that span.
  • Became the surprise of camp in 2007, landing a spot on the 53-man roster with a strong preseason and by season’s end had established himself as the team’s No. 3 cornerback and top kick returner. That year, he got his first NFL interception and scored his first pro touchdown, returning a pooch punt out of field-goal formation 94 yards for a score vs. Carolina (Nov. 18).
  • Released by Houston as a non-drafted rookie following training camp in 2006, he joined the Packers’ practice squad for the final five weeks of that season.
  • In 95 career games, he has started 67 contests and posted 294 tackles (240 solo) with 22 interceptions, 111 passes defensed, two sacks, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.


2012 SEASON
:  A constant in the defensive backfield, he was the lone CB to start every game in 2012, almost always drawing the most difficult coverage assignment…Finished the season with 61 tackles (51 solo), two INTs and a career-high-tying 24 passes defensed (No. 2 on the team)...Helped contribute to a pass defense that made an 81-yard per game improvement from 2011 (218.3 ypg.) and climbed to No. 11 in the league rankings by season’s end…Defense also finished with the NFL’s fourth-lowest opponent passer rating (76.8)…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 13): Delivered an excellent performance against the rival Bears, tallying four tackles (all solo), two INTs and two passes defensed. Found himself matched against standout WR Brandon Marshall for much of the game and was part of an effort that helped limit him to just two catches for 24 yards (12.0 avg.). Marked the second regular-season multi-INT game of his career (also Week 11 of 2011 vs. Tampa Bay). First INT came when he undercut a crossing route intended for WR Earl Bennett. Second INT came in the fourth quarter when he leapt to tip a deep pass to himself before scampering 38 yards down the sideline on the return. The offense wasted little time taking advantage, as QB Aaron Rodgers hit WR Donald Driver for a 26-yard TD on the ensuing play to put the game out of reach at 23-3…At Indianapolis (Oct. 5): Appeared on all 96 defensive plays, posting six tackles (all solo, one for loss) and was credited with a career-high five passes defensed. Passes defensed were the most by a Packer since Woodson was credited with six at Minnesota on Oct. 23, 2011…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Fared well in a much-anticipated matchup with the Bears’ Marshall. The secondary held Marshall to just five catches for 56 yards (9.3 avg.), well below his season averages, and just one of those receptions (a 9-yard catch in the first quarter) came against Williams. Part of a pass defense that limited the Bears to just 107 net passing yards and a combined 181 net passing yards in the teams’ two contests, the lowest in a season for Green Bay against Chicago since 1977 (158 yards)…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Appeared on all 62 defensive plays, finishing with a team-high-tying seven tackles (four solo) and a team-best three passes defensed.

2011: Started all 15 games in which he played, setting a new career high for tackles with 65 (51 solo)…Posted his third consecutive season with 20-plus passes defensed with a new career-high and team-leading 24…Also collected four interceptions, including one he returned for his first regular-season TD at San Diego in Week 9…Suffered a shoulder injury in an awkward collision with Collins in the fourth quarter of the season opener…Missed the ensuing practice week and was inactive for the first time in his career in Week 2, snapping a streak of 72 consecutive games played (including playoffs)…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 8): Finished with four tackles (three solo, one for loss), a fumble recovery and a pass defensed. Recovered a WR Marques Colston fumble that was forced by Collins on the Saints’ second play from scrimmage, the fourth recovery of his career. Left the game in the fourth quarter after getting his arm caught in a collision with Collins. Sustained a shoulder injury and did not return…At Carolina (Sept. 18): Saw his streak of 72 consecutive games played (including playoffs) come to an end when the shoulder injury suffered the week before forced him to the inactive list for the first time in his career...At Chicago (Sept. 25): Returned to the lineup and appeared on all 54 defensive plays, finishing with one solo tackle and two passes defensed...At San Diego (Nov. 6): Made two tackles (one solo) and recorded his first INT of the season in the first quarter, one that he returned 43 yards for the first regular-season TD of his career. On the play, broke hard on a quick-out to the sideline thrown by QB Philip Rivers intended for WR Patrick Crayton, stepping in front of the WR and going untouched down the sideline for the score to extend Green Bay’s lead to 21-7 late in the first quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 14): Posted three assisted tackles, two passes defensed and his second INT in as many weeks. INT came on a second-quarter play that saw him stay home on his assignment, picking off a flea-flicker attempt on a deep throw from QB Christian Ponder to his man, WR Devin Aromashodu. Williams undercut the WR and intercepted the ball, returning it 21 yards. Marked the fourth time in his career that he posted an INT in back-to-back games…Vs. Tampa Bay (Nov. 20): Racked up a season-high nine tackles (all solo), and recorded the first regular-season multi-INT game of his career with two picks of QB Josh Freeman. Marked his third consecutive game with an INT, the second such stretch of his career (Weeks 4-6, 2008). The first came when he undercut a drag route, darting in front of WR Mike Williams to make the diving INT. Second INT was late in the fourth quarter when TE Kellen Winslow had a ball deflect off of his fingers and into the hands of Williams, who was in coverage behind the play. Returned the ball 28 yards on what was his fourth INT of the season and 20th of his career…At Detroit (Nov. 24): Totaled two tackles (one solo) and three passes defensed, serving as a central piece of the gameplan designed to stop explosive WR Calvin Johnson. Johnson finished with just four catches for 49 yards (12.3 avg.), with just one of them, a 5-yard completion, coming against Williams…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Finished with six tackles (four solo) and a pass defensed.

2010: Started all 16 contests for the first time in his career, opening each game at RCB…Recorded 63 tackles, six interceptions, 23 passes defensed and two fumble recoveries…Led the team in INTs and passes defensed, and his regular-season INT total tied for No. 5 in the NFL…Added a sack, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble…Named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl, he was selected to the all-star game as an injury replacement for Samuel, but he did not appear in the game as the Packers were preparing for Super Bowl XLV…Earned All-NFC recognition from Pro Football Weekly…Handled punt-return duties for the Packers, posting an 8.0-yard average on 41 returns…Started all four postseason games as he led the league with three interceptions, including one returned for a TD, during the playoffs…Became the first NFL player since the N.Y. Giants’ R.W. McQuarters (2007) to post three INTs in a postseason…Also led the defense with eight passes defensed in the postseason…At Philadelphia (Sept. 12): Recorded a season-high three passes defensed (matched in Week 4 vs. Detroit) and recovered a fumble by RB Eldra Buckley in the third quarter that was forced by Woodson…At Chicago (Sept. 27): Led the team with seven tackles (all solo) and added a sack. Early in the second quarter, timed his blitz perfectly to come through untouched as he dropped QB Jay Cutler for a 5-yard loss…At Washington (Oct. 10): Posted his first INT of the season, picking off QB Donovan McNabb on the final play of regulation at the Green Bay 3. Weaved through traffic before finally being tripped up at the Washington 33 for a 64-yard return, the second longest of his career. Registered a 52-yard punt return in the second quarter, also the second longest of his career, as he joined CB Deion Sanders (Sept. 21, 1998) and CB Darrent Williams (Sept. 13, 2005) as the only NFL players since the merger to record an INT return of 60-plus yards and a punt return of 50-plus yards in the same game…Vs. Miami (Oct. 17): Recorded seven tackles (all solo), including one for a loss, along with an INT. Picked off QB Chad Henne’s pass intended for Marshall at the Green Bay 14 late in the first quarter to halt a Miami scoring opportunity…At N.Y. Jets (Oct. 31): Turned in a stellar all-around performance, posting five tackles (all solo), an INT, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and two passes defensed. It was the first time in his career that he posted an INT, a forced fumble and a recovery in the same game…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Registered three tackles (two solo), an INT and two passes defensed. With the Packers leading 10-3 late in the first half, halted a promising Minnesota drive by stepping in front of WR Percy Harvin on a slant at the Green Bay 18 to pick off QB Brett Favre. The INT gave the offense the ball with just over a minute remaining, enough time for them to march for a quick TD and a 17-3 halftime lead…Vs. N.Y. Giants (Dec. 26): Posted his career-high sixth INT of the season, cutting in front of WR Hakeem Nicks at the Green Bay 47 in the first quarter to intercept QB Eli Manning…At Philadelphia (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 9): Made the game’s defining play, leaping to intercept QB Michael Vick’s pass intended for WR Riley Cooper in the end zone with 33 seconds remaining to clinch the victory. Did not bite on a Vick pump fake, running step for step on a go-route to the end zone. Turned to find the ball and used his leaping ability to secure the pick against the 6-foot-3-inch Cooper. Finished the game with a team-high three passes defensed and three tackles (two solo)…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Posted one of the most electrifying performances of the postseason, intercepting passes on back-to-back possessions in the second quarter. First made a leaping INT of QB Matt Ryan in the end zone on third-and-21 in front of WR Michael Jenkins, who lost his footing on the play. On the following drive, made what was arguably the key play of the game with a 70-yard INT return for a touchdown in the closing seconds of the first half to extend Green Bay’s lead to 28-14 at the break. With 10 seconds remaining, Atlanta called a timeout with the ball at the Green Bay 35 and attempted to pick up more yardage to move into FG range. Ryan threw toward the sideline to WR Roddy White, but Williams jumped inside the route to intercept the pass in stride, swerving past a pair of Falcons on his way to the end zone. The INT return was the second longest in franchise postseason history, trailing only S George Teague’s 101-yarder at Detroit (Jan. 8, 1994). Became just the fourth player in team history to record multiple INTs in a playoff game…Vs. Pittsburgh (Super Bowl XLV, Feb. 6): Finished with six tackles (three solo) and a team-high three passes defensed, including one that sealed the game on fourth down on Pittsburgh’s final drive. On the final play, a fourth-and-5 from the Pittsburgh 33, perfectly read a curl route by WR Mike Wallace and jumped to knock the ball away to secure the world title.                

2009: Played in all 16 games, plus the playoff contest, with 10 starts…Was nickel back for first 10 games before moving into starting RCB spot in Week 12 due to Harris’ season-ending knee injury…Led the team with 22 passes defensed…Posted 42 tackles (29 solo), four INTs and a sack…Added a career-high 11 tackles on special teams, which was tied for fourth on the team…Had a 10.4-yard average on 13 punt returns and also returned two kickoffs for 26 yards (13.0 avg.)…First player in franchise history to post an INT return of 65 yards (67 vs. Chicago, Sept. 13) and a punt return of 45 yards (45 vs. Detroit, Oct. 18) in the same season…On the field for 767 of 996 (77.0 percent) defensive plays…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 13): Intercepted Cutler’s pass deep down the middle intended for WR Johnny Knox in the second quarter at Green Bay’s 32 and returned the pick 67 yards to Chicago’s 1 to set up a Ryan Grant TD run on the next play; the 67-yard return was his career long and the season long by a Packer. Posted three passes defensed and also tied for the team lead with two special teams tackles…Vs. Detroit (Oct. 18): Filling in for injured WR Jordy Nelson, returned a Nick Harris punt 45 yards in the second quarter, the longest punt return of the season by a Packer…Vs. Detroit (Nov. 26): Moved into starting lineup at RCB in place of an injured Harris (knee), his first start of the season in the base defense, and remained there for the rest of the year. Posted four tackles (three solo) and an INT, picking off QB Matthew Stafford’s deep pass intended for WR Dennis Northcutt at the Green Bay 40…Vs. Baltimore (Dec. 7): Recorded a then- career-high four passes defensed, including an INT. With the Ravens at Green Bay’s 3 in the fourth quarter trailing 24-14, made a leaping INT of QB Joe Flacco’s pass in the end zone in front of WR Demetrius Williams…At Chicago (Dec. 13): Posted the first sack of his career when he brought down Cutler for an 8-yard loss on the Bears’ final series. With Green Bay trailing 14-13 early in the fourth quarter, also had a key pressure when he came on a corner blitz and got in Cutler’s face to force a bad throw to the left sideline that Collins picked off and returned 31 yards to the Chicago 11; Grant scored two plays later on 1-yard TD run for winning score…At Arizona (Jan. 3): Recorded four tackles (three solo), an INT and two passes defensed. Made a leaping grab of QB Brian St. Pierre’s pass intended for TE Stephen Spach on the sideline in the fourth quarter, and returned the pick 21 yards to Arizona’s 33…At Arizona (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 10): Posted six tackles (five solo) and added a stop on special teams.

2008: Played in all 16 games for the second straight season, including a career-high nine starts...Tied for third in the NFC with five INTs and posted 52 tackles (45 solo)...Along with teammates Woodson and Collins, became first Packers trio to each post five or more INTs in a season since 1996 (Robinson, Butler, Evans)…Third on the team with 14 passes defensed, and also registered five special teams tackles...Tied for second on the team with two forced fumbles...On the field for 776 of 1,050 (73.9 percent) defensive plays…Vs. Dallas (Sept. 21): Started off game in customary nickel role, but moved to RCB when Harris left game with spleen injury in second quarter...At Tampa Bay (Sept. 28): Started in place of an injured Harris and intercepted QB Brian Griese’s pass that was bobbled by WR Michael Clayton at Green Bay’s 5-yard line, and returned the pick 39 yards...Vs. Atlanta (Oct. 5): Started and posted a career-high 10 tackles (seven solo) along with an INT in second straight game, a one-handed catch with his right hand on a pass from QB Matt Ryan intended for TE Ben Hartstock in the end zone. Score was 17-10 at the time and the Packers’ offense moved down the field for tying TD following the pick…At Seattle (Oct. 12): Started third straight game and posted INT in third consecutive contest when he picked off QB Charlie Frye’s deep pass intended for WR Koren Robinson down the left sideline...Vs. Indianapolis (Oct. 19): Started and posted six tackles. Broke up QB Peyton Manning’s pass intended for WR Anthony Gonzalez on the first play of the second half and forced a fumble on TE Dallas Clark’s reception late in the fourth quarter that went out of bounds at the Green Bay 1…At Tennessee (Nov. 2): Returned to the nickel CB spot with Harris coming back from injury...At Minnesota (Nov. 9): Intercepted QB Gus Frerotte’s pass over the middle intended for WR Bernard Berrian with just under 30 seconds remaining in the first half and returned the pick 19 yards to the Minnesota 40, which helped set up Mason Crosby’s 47-yard FG as time expired in the half to narrow the Vikings’ lead to 14-10…Vs. Chicago (Nov. 16): Played extensively as the nickel back in a secondary that allowed just four receptions by Bears WRs. Also matched season high with two stops on special teams…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 30): Started at LCB with Woodson shifting to SS because of injuries. Made four tackles and forced a fumble by WR Muhsin Muhammad on a 44-yard reception on the first play of the game that Woodson recovered at the Green Bay 19…Vs. Houston (Dec. 7): Started at LCB and posted six tackles, intercepting QB Matt Schaub’s pass intended for WR André Davis in the second quarter and recovering TE Owen Daniels’ fumble at the Green Bay 3 earlier in the period. Also recorded three passes defensed.

2007: Former practice-squad player earned a surprise roster spot with a solid preseason…Played in all 16 contests, plus both playoff games, with one start, rotating as a nickel and dime back and posting 11 tackles (10 solo) with one INT among four passes defensed…Also had a team-leading 30 kickoff returns for 684 yards (22.8 avg.), plus six punt returns for 118 yards (19.7 avg.) and a TD, and seven special teams tackles…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7): Had a career-high six kickoff returns for 173 yards (28.8 avg.); five of six returns went for 20 yards or more, including a career-long 65-yarder in the third quarter that set up a FG…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11): Made his first two career special teams tackles…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18): Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week when he scored his first career TD on a first-quarter punt return. K John Kasay punted out of field-goal formation; Williams fielded the punt off the bounce and returned it 94 yards down the right sideline for a score and a 7-0 Green Bay lead…At Detroit (Nov. 22): Played extensively as an extra DB when Woodson left the game in the second quarter with a toe injury; broke up two passes, both on third down to Johnson to force punts, and made two solo tackles, the first of his career. Also had two special teams tackles, one in the second quarter, chasing down KR Aveion Cason from behind and making a TD-saving tackle; the Lions kicked a FG on the ensuing drive…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30): Made his first career start with the team opening in nickel; made five tackles (four solo) and his first career INT, catching a QB Jon Kitna pass tipped by DE Cullen Jenkins and returning it 22 yards…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Championship, Jan. 20): Broke up a third-and-12 pass in second quarter intended for WR David Tyree, forcing a FG attempt. In the third quarter, ran a kickoff back 49 yards to the Giants’ 39-yard line; the drive ended with a TE Donald Lee TD catch.

2006: Spent training camp with the Houston Texans before his release on Sept. 3…Signed to the Green Bay practice squad on Nov. 29, where he spent the final five weeks of the season…2006 Draft: Signed by Houston as a non-drafted free agent on May 8.

COLLEGE: Three-year letterman played in 23 games at Louisiana Tech…Initially enrolled as a non-athlete in pursuit of a degree in electrical engineering, but attended a football game during his first semester on campus and was motivated to try out as a walk-on the following spring…Finished his career with 91 tackles (51 solo), five stops for loss, one forced fumble and seven INTs among 32 passes defensed…Earned two degrees, one in sociology and the other in computer information systems…Senior season (2005): Started all 11 games at CB, earning first-team All-WAC and all-state honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association…Led the nation with 19 passes defensed, including three INTs…Also tallied 43 tackles (29 solo), three stops for loss and a forced fumble…Recorded two INTs vs. New Mexico State (Oct. 1)…Junior season (2004): Played in all 12 games, including seven starts…Recorded collegiate highs in tackles (45) and INTs (4)…Led the Bulldogs with 13 passes defensed…Fourth-quarter INT sealed a victory vs. No. 17-ranked Fresno State (Oct. 2)…Set a collegiate high with nine tackles at Rice (Nov. 29)…Sophomore season (2003): Saw action in 11 games at DB and on the special teams units…Finished with three tackles (two solo)…Freshman season (2002): Participated as a member of the scout team.

PERSONAL: Given name Tramon Vernell Williams…Name is pronounced Trah-MAHN…Born in Houma, La. …Married Shantrell Moore in June 2009…The couple has a 2-year old son, Tramon Jr., and a 1-year-old daughter, Trinity...High school: Four-year letterman at Assumption High School in Napoleonville, La. …Helped Assumption to four straight district titles…First-team all-district and all-region honoree in 2001; also selected to second-team all-state…Was a teammate of free agent RB Brandon Jacobs...A four-year letterwinner in basketball, he won another district title on the hardwood…In his only year of track, finished second in the state in the long jump, second in the triple jump and third in the high jump…Community involvement: Started a foundation, “38 Reasons”…Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon and the Al Harris Stars and Strikes Celebrity Bowling Event…Also has played for the “Green Machine” basketball team and rung bells for The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign during the holidays…Hobbies/interests: Has a clothing line, “38 Reasons,” with items available at his website, www.38reasons.com...Enjoys fishing, playing basketball and PlayStation 3, touting “Fight Night” as his favorite game...Held part-time jobs stocking shelves in a supermarket, shoveling coal and cleaning coal machinery, cleaning tractors, and working on his uncle’s farm…Also worked for a construction company that built a building on the Louisiana State University campus…In March 2010, was part of a group of former and current Packers who took a trip with fans to Montego Bay, Jamaica, an Apple Vacations/Green Bay Packers collaboration…Residence: Napoleonville, La.

  • First name is pronounced Trah-MAHN.
  • Has 15 interceptions since 2010 (including playoffs), which is tied for No. 2 in the NFL over that span.
  • Ranked No. 1 in the NFL with a combined nine interceptions (six in regular season, three in postseason) in 2010.
  • Posted 63 tackles, six interceptions and 23 passes defensed on his way to being selected to his first Pro Bowl in 2010 as an injury replacement.
  • With three interceptions during the 2010 playoffs, tied Joe Laws (1944) and Craig Newsome (1996) for the franchise single-postseason record.
  • In Week 5 at Washington in 2010, he became the first player in franchise history to post a 50-yard punt return (52 yards) and a 60-yard INT return (64 yards) in the same game.
  • Was the only non-drafted free agent in the NFL to post four or more interceptions each season from 2008-2011. His 19 interceptions over that span were tied for No. 4 in the NFL.
  • Led the nation with 19 passes defensed in 2005 as a senior at Louisiana Tech.


Pro Highlights:

  • Former non-drafted free agent and practice-squad player who has gone on to appear in nearly 100 games for the Packers since 2007.
  • Started all 16 games for the second time in his career in 2012, tallying 61 tackles (51 solo), two INTs and a career-high-tying 24 passes defensed.
  • Suffered a shoulder injury in the 2011 season opener, but managed to still start 15 games and post career highs for tackles (65) and passes defensed (24). Also added four interceptions, including the first TD return of his career in Week 9 at San Diego.
  • Missed the first game of his career in Week 2 of 2011 at Carolina, seeing a streak of 72 consecutive games played (including playoffs) come to an end when he was rendered inactive due to a shoulder injury.
  • Enjoyed the finest season of his career in 2010, his first as a full-time starter in Green Bay’s base defense as he opened all 16 contests at right cornerback. Recorded then-career highs in tackles (63) and passes defensed (23) and a career-best six INTs as he led the team in interceptions and passes defensed.
  • Named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl in 2010, he was selected to the all-star game as an injury replacement for Eagles CB Asante Samuel, but did not play in the game since the Packers were preparing for Super Bowl XLV.
  • Tied the franchise single-postseason record with three more interceptions in the 2010 playoffs, including one for a touchdown, and his nine combined interceptions on the season ranked No. 1 in the NFL.
  • Became one of just three players whose career began since 1970 to post a 90-yard punt return and interception and kickoff returns of 65 yards in a career, joining Adam Jones and Lemar Parrish.
  • Moved into the starting lineup in Week 12 of ’09 when Al Harris went down with a season-ending knee injury, and went on to lead the team with 22 passes defensed.
  • Got his first extensive starting experience in 2008, opening nine games in place of both Harris (spleen injury) and CB Charles Woodson (temporary move to safety).
  • Along with teammates Woodson and Nick Collins that season, became first Packers trio to each post five or more interceptions in a season since 1996 (S Eugene Robinson, S LeRoy Butler, CB Doug Evans).
  • Was the only non-drafted free agent in the NFL to record four or more interceptions each season from 2008-11, and his 19 interceptions in the regular season tied for No. 4 in the NFL during that span.
  • Became the surprise of camp in 2007, landing a spot on the 53-man roster with a strong preseason and by season’s end had established himself as the team’s No. 3 cornerback and top kick returner. That year, he got his first NFL interception and scored his first pro touchdown, returning a pooch punt out of field-goal formation 94 yards for a score vs. Carolina (Nov. 18).
  • Released by Houston as a non-drafted rookie following training camp in 2006, he joined the Packers’ practice squad for the final five weeks of that season.
  • In 95 career games, he has started 67 contests and posted 294 tackles (240 solo) with 22 interceptions, 111 passes defensed, two sacks, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.


2012 SEASON
:  A constant in the defensive backfield, he was the lone CB to start every game in 2012, almost always drawing the most difficult coverage assignment…Finished the season with 61 tackles (51 solo), two INTs and a career-high-tying 24 passes defensed (No. 2 on the team)...Helped contribute to a pass defense that made an 81-yard per game improvement from 2011 (218.3 ypg.) and climbed to No. 11 in the league rankings by season’s end…Defense also finished with the NFL’s fourth-lowest opponent passer rating (76.8)…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 13): Delivered an excellent performance against the rival Bears, tallying four tackles (all solo), two INTs and two passes defensed. Found himself matched against standout WR Brandon Marshall for much of the game and was part of an effort that helped limit him to just two catches for 24 yards (12.0 avg.). Marked the second regular-season multi-INT game of his career (also Week 11 of 2011 vs. Tampa Bay). First INT came when he undercut a crossing route intended for WR Earl Bennett. Second INT came in the fourth quarter when he leapt to tip a deep pass to himself before scampering 38 yards down the sideline on the return. The offense wasted little time taking advantage, as QB Aaron Rodgers hit WR Donald Driver for a 26-yard TD on the ensuing play to put the game out of reach at 23-3…At Indianapolis (Oct. 5): Appeared on all 96 defensive plays, posting six tackles (all solo, one for loss) and was credited with a career-high five passes defensed. Passes defensed were the most by a Packer since Woodson was credited with six at Minnesota on Oct. 23, 2011…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Fared well in a much-anticipated matchup with the Bears’ Marshall. The secondary held Marshall to just five catches for 56 yards (9.3 avg.), well below his season averages, and just one of those receptions (a 9-yard catch in the first quarter) came against Williams. Part of a pass defense that limited the Bears to just 107 net passing yards and a combined 181 net passing yards in the teams’ two contests, the lowest in a season for Green Bay against Chicago since 1977 (158 yards)…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Appeared on all 62 defensive plays, finishing with a team-high-tying seven tackles (four solo) and a team-best three passes defensed.

2011: Started all 15 games in which he played, setting a new career high for tackles with 65 (51 solo)…Posted his third consecutive season with 20-plus passes defensed with a new career-high and team-leading 24…Also collected four interceptions, including one he returned for his first regular-season TD at San Diego in Week 9…Suffered a shoulder injury in an awkward collision with Collins in the fourth quarter of the season opener…Missed the ensuing practice week and was inactive for the first time in his career in Week 2, snapping a streak of 72 consecutive games played (including playoffs)…Vs. New Orleans (Sept. 8): Finished with four tackles (three solo, one for loss), a fumble recovery and a pass defensed. Recovered a WR Marques Colston fumble that was forced by Collins on the Saints’ second play from scrimmage, the fourth recovery of his career. Left the game in the fourth quarter after getting his arm caught in a collision with Collins. Sustained a shoulder injury and did not return…At Carolina (Sept. 18): Saw his streak of 72 consecutive games played (including playoffs) come to an end when the shoulder injury suffered the week before forced him to the inactive list for the first time in his career...At Chicago (Sept. 25): Returned to the lineup and appeared on all 54 defensive plays, finishing with one solo tackle and two passes defensed...At San Diego (Nov. 6): Made two tackles (one solo) and recorded his first INT of the season in the first quarter, one that he returned 43 yards for the first regular-season TD of his career. On the play, broke hard on a quick-out to the sideline thrown by QB Philip Rivers intended for WR Patrick Crayton, stepping in front of the WR and going untouched down the sideline for the score to extend Green Bay’s lead to 21-7 late in the first quarter…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 14): Posted three assisted tackles, two passes defensed and his second INT in as many weeks. INT came on a second-quarter play that saw him stay home on his assignment, picking off a flea-flicker attempt on a deep throw from QB Christian Ponder to his man, WR Devin Aromashodu. Williams undercut the WR and intercepted the ball, returning it 21 yards. Marked the fourth time in his career that he posted an INT in back-to-back games…Vs. Tampa Bay (Nov. 20): Racked up a season-high nine tackles (all solo), and recorded the first regular-season multi-INT game of his career with two picks of QB Josh Freeman. Marked his third consecutive game with an INT, the second such stretch of his career (Weeks 4-6, 2008). The first came when he undercut a drag route, darting in front of WR Mike Williams to make the diving INT. Second INT was late in the fourth quarter when TE Kellen Winslow had a ball deflect off of his fingers and into the hands of Williams, who was in coverage behind the play. Returned the ball 28 yards on what was his fourth INT of the season and 20th of his career…At Detroit (Nov. 24): Totaled two tackles (one solo) and three passes defensed, serving as a central piece of the gameplan designed to stop explosive WR Calvin Johnson. Johnson finished with just four catches for 49 yards (12.3 avg.), with just one of them, a 5-yard completion, coming against Williams…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Finished with six tackles (four solo) and a pass defensed.

2010: Started all 16 contests for the first time in his career, opening each game at RCB…Recorded 63 tackles, six interceptions, 23 passes defensed and two fumble recoveries…Led the team in INTs and passes defensed, and his regular-season INT total tied for No. 5 in the NFL…Added a sack, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble…Named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl, he was selected to the all-star game as an injury replacement for Samuel, but he did not appear in the game as the Packers were preparing for Super Bowl XLV…Earned All-NFC recognition from Pro Football Weekly…Handled punt-return duties for the Packers, posting an 8.0-yard average on 41 returns…Started all four postseason games as he led the league with three interceptions, including one returned for a TD, during the playoffs…Became the first NFL player since the N.Y. Giants’ R.W. McQuarters (2007) to post three INTs in a postseason…Also led the defense with eight passes defensed in the postseason…At Philadelphia (Sept. 12): Recorded a season-high three passes defensed (matched in Week 4 vs. Detroit) and recovered a fumble by RB Eldra Buckley in the third quarter that was forced by Woodson…At Chicago (Sept. 27): Led the team with seven tackles (all solo) and added a sack. Early in the second quarter, timed his blitz perfectly to come through untouched as he dropped QB Jay Cutler for a 5-yard loss…At Washington (Oct. 10): Posted his first INT of the season, picking off QB Donovan McNabb on the final play of regulation at the Green Bay 3. Weaved through traffic before finally being tripped up at the Washington 33 for a 64-yard return, the second longest of his career. Registered a 52-yard punt return in the second quarter, also the second longest of his career, as he joined CB Deion Sanders (Sept. 21, 1998) and CB Darrent Williams (Sept. 13, 2005) as the only NFL players since the merger to record an INT return of 60-plus yards and a punt return of 50-plus yards in the same game…Vs. Miami (Oct. 17): Recorded seven tackles (all solo), including one for a loss, along with an INT. Picked off QB Chad Henne’s pass intended for Marshall at the Green Bay 14 late in the first quarter to halt a Miami scoring opportunity…At N.Y. Jets (Oct. 31): Turned in a stellar all-around performance, posting five tackles (all solo), an INT, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and two passes defensed. It was the first time in his career that he posted an INT, a forced fumble and a recovery in the same game…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Registered three tackles (two solo), an INT and two passes defensed. With the Packers leading 10-3 late in the first half, halted a promising Minnesota drive by stepping in front of WR Percy Harvin on a slant at the Green Bay 18 to pick off QB Brett Favre. The INT gave the offense the ball with just over a minute remaining, enough time for them to march for a quick TD and a 17-3 halftime lead…Vs. N.Y. Giants (Dec. 26): Posted his career-high sixth INT of the season, cutting in front of WR Hakeem Nicks at the Green Bay 47 in the first quarter to intercept QB Eli Manning…At Philadelphia (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 9): Made the game’s defining play, leaping to intercept QB Michael Vick’s pass intended for WR Riley Cooper in the end zone with 33 seconds remaining to clinch the victory. Did not bite on a Vick pump fake, running step for step on a go-route to the end zone. Turned to find the ball and used his leaping ability to secure the pick against the 6-foot-3-inch Cooper. Finished the game with a team-high three passes defensed and three tackles (two solo)…At Atlanta (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Posted one of the most electrifying performances of the postseason, intercepting passes on back-to-back possessions in the second quarter. First made a leaping INT of QB Matt Ryan in the end zone on third-and-21 in front of WR Michael Jenkins, who lost his footing on the play. On the following drive, made what was arguably the key play of the game with a 70-yard INT return for a touchdown in the closing seconds of the first half to extend Green Bay’s lead to 28-14 at the break. With 10 seconds remaining, Atlanta called a timeout with the ball at the Green Bay 35 and attempted to pick up more yardage to move into FG range. Ryan threw toward the sideline to WR Roddy White, but Williams jumped inside the route to intercept the pass in stride, swerving past a pair of Falcons on his way to the end zone. The INT return was the second longest in franchise postseason history, trailing only S George Teague’s 101-yarder at Detroit (Jan. 8, 1994). Became just the fourth player in team history to record multiple INTs in a playoff game…Vs. Pittsburgh (Super Bowl XLV, Feb. 6): Finished with six tackles (three solo) and a team-high three passes defensed, including one that sealed the game on fourth down on Pittsburgh’s final drive. On the final play, a fourth-and-5 from the Pittsburgh 33, perfectly read a curl route by WR Mike Wallace and jumped to knock the ball away to secure the world title.                

2009: Played in all 16 games, plus the playoff contest, with 10 starts…Was nickel back for first 10 games before moving into starting RCB spot in Week 12 due to Harris’ season-ending knee injury…Led the team with 22 passes defensed…Posted 42 tackles (29 solo), four INTs and a sack…Added a career-high 11 tackles on special teams, which was tied for fourth on the team…Had a 10.4-yard average on 13 punt returns and also returned two kickoffs for 26 yards (13.0 avg.)…First player in franchise history to post an INT return of 65 yards (67 vs. Chicago, Sept. 13) and a punt return of 45 yards (45 vs. Detroit, Oct. 18) in the same season…On the field for 767 of 996 (77.0 percent) defensive plays…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 13): Intercepted Cutler’s pass deep down the middle intended for WR Johnny Knox in the second quarter at Green Bay’s 32 and returned the pick 67 yards to Chicago’s 1 to set up a Ryan Grant TD run on the next play; the 67-yard return was his career long and the season long by a Packer. Posted three passes defensed and also tied for the team lead with two special teams tackles…Vs. Detroit (Oct. 18): Filling in for injured WR Jordy Nelson, returned a Nick Harris punt 45 yards in the second quarter, the longest punt return of the season by a Packer…Vs. Detroit (Nov. 26): Moved into starting lineup at RCB in place of an injured Harris (knee), his first start of the season in the base defense, and remained there for the rest of the year. Posted four tackles (three solo) and an INT, picking off QB Matthew Stafford’s deep pass intended for WR Dennis Northcutt at the Green Bay 40…Vs. Baltimore (Dec. 7): Recorded a then- career-high four passes defensed, including an INT. With the Ravens at Green Bay’s 3 in the fourth quarter trailing 24-14, made a leaping INT of QB Joe Flacco’s pass in the end zone in front of WR Demetrius Williams…At Chicago (Dec. 13): Posted the first sack of his career when he brought down Cutler for an 8-yard loss on the Bears’ final series. With Green Bay trailing 14-13 early in the fourth quarter, also had a key pressure when he came on a corner blitz and got in Cutler’s face to force a bad throw to the left sideline that Collins picked off and returned 31 yards to the Chicago 11; Grant scored two plays later on 1-yard TD run for winning score…At Arizona (Jan. 3): Recorded four tackles (three solo), an INT and two passes defensed. Made a leaping grab of QB Brian St. Pierre’s pass intended for TE Stephen Spach on the sideline in the fourth quarter, and returned the pick 21 yards to Arizona’s 33…At Arizona (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 10): Posted six tackles (five solo) and added a stop on special teams.

2008: Played in all 16 games for the second straight season, including a career-high nine starts...Tied for third in the NFC with five INTs and posted 52 tackles (45 solo)...Along with teammates Woodson and Collins, became first Packers trio to each post five or more INTs in a season since 1996 (Robinson, Butler, Evans)…Third on the team with 14 passes defensed, and also registered five special teams tackles...Tied for second on the team with two forced fumbles...On the field for 776 of 1,050 (73.9 percent) defensive plays…Vs. Dallas (Sept. 21): Started off game in customary nickel role, but moved to RCB when Harris left game with spleen injury in second quarter...At Tampa Bay (Sept. 28): Started in place of an injured Harris and intercepted QB Brian Griese’s pass that was bobbled by WR Michael Clayton at Green Bay’s 5-yard line, and returned the pick 39 yards...Vs. Atlanta (Oct. 5): Started and posted a career-high 10 tackles (seven solo) along with an INT in second straight game, a one-handed catch with his right hand on a pass from QB Matt Ryan intended for TE Ben Hartstock in the end zone. Score was 17-10 at the time and the Packers’ offense moved down the field for tying TD following the pick…At Seattle (Oct. 12): Started third straight game and posted INT in third consecutive contest when he picked off QB Charlie Frye’s deep pass intended for WR Koren Robinson down the left sideline...Vs. Indianapolis (Oct. 19): Started and posted six tackles. Broke up QB Peyton Manning’s pass intended for WR Anthony Gonzalez on the first play of the second half and forced a fumble on TE Dallas Clark’s reception late in the fourth quarter that went out of bounds at the Green Bay 1…At Tennessee (Nov. 2): Returned to the nickel CB spot with Harris coming back from injury...At Minnesota (Nov. 9): Intercepted QB Gus Frerotte’s pass over the middle intended for WR Bernard Berrian with just under 30 seconds remaining in the first half and returned the pick 19 yards to the Minnesota 40, which helped set up Mason Crosby’s 47-yard FG as time expired in the half to narrow the Vikings’ lead to 14-10…Vs. Chicago (Nov. 16): Played extensively as the nickel back in a secondary that allowed just four receptions by Bears WRs. Also matched season high with two stops on special teams…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 30): Started at LCB with Woodson shifting to SS because of injuries. Made four tackles and forced a fumble by WR Muhsin Muhammad on a 44-yard reception on the first play of the game that Woodson recovered at the Green Bay 19…Vs. Houston (Dec. 7): Started at LCB and posted six tackles, intercepting QB Matt Schaub’s pass intended for WR André Davis in the second quarter and recovering TE Owen Daniels’ fumble at the Green Bay 3 earlier in the period. Also recorded three passes defensed.

2007: Former practice-squad player earned a surprise roster spot with a solid preseason…Played in all 16 contests, plus both playoff games, with one start, rotating as a nickel and dime back and posting 11 tackles (10 solo) with one INT among four passes defensed…Also had a team-leading 30 kickoff returns for 684 yards (22.8 avg.), plus six punt returns for 118 yards (19.7 avg.) and a TD, and seven special teams tackles…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 7): Had a career-high six kickoff returns for 173 yards (28.8 avg.); five of six returns went for 20 yards or more, including a career-long 65-yarder in the third quarter that set up a FG…Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 11): Made his first two career special teams tackles…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 18): Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week when he scored his first career TD on a first-quarter punt return. K John Kasay punted out of field-goal formation; Williams fielded the punt off the bounce and returned it 94 yards down the right sideline for a score and a 7-0 Green Bay lead…At Detroit (Nov. 22): Played extensively as an extra DB when Woodson left the game in the second quarter with a toe injury; broke up two passes, both on third down to Johnson to force punts, and made two solo tackles, the first of his career. Also had two special teams tackles, one in the second quarter, chasing down KR Aveion Cason from behind and making a TD-saving tackle; the Lions kicked a FG on the ensuing drive…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30): Made his first career start with the team opening in nickel; made five tackles (four solo) and his first career INT, catching a QB Jon Kitna pass tipped by DE Cullen Jenkins and returning it 22 yards…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Championship, Jan. 20): Broke up a third-and-12 pass in second quarter intended for WR David Tyree, forcing a FG attempt. In the third quarter, ran a kickoff back 49 yards to the Giants’ 39-yard line; the drive ended with a TE Donald Lee TD catch.

2006: Spent training camp with the Houston Texans before his release on Sept. 3…Signed to the Green Bay practice squad on Nov. 29, where he spent the final five weeks of the season…2006 Draft: Signed by Houston as a non-drafted free agent on May 8.

COLLEGE: Three-year letterman played in 23 games at Louisiana Tech…Initially enrolled as a non-athlete in pursuit of a degree in electrical engineering, but attended a football game during his first semester on campus and was motivated to try out as a walk-on the following spring…Finished his career with 91 tackles (51 solo), five stops for loss, one forced fumble and seven INTs among 32 passes defensed…Earned two degrees, one in sociology and the other in computer information systems…Senior season (2005): Started all 11 games at CB, earning first-team All-WAC and all-state honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association…Led the nation with 19 passes defensed, including three INTs…Also tallied 43 tackles (29 solo), three stops for loss and a forced fumble…Recorded two INTs vs. New Mexico State (Oct. 1)…Junior season (2004): Played in all 12 games, including seven starts…Recorded collegiate highs in tackles (45) and INTs (4)…Led the Bulldogs with 13 passes defensed…Fourth-quarter INT sealed a victory vs. No. 17-ranked Fresno State (Oct. 2)…Set a collegiate high with nine tackles at Rice (Nov. 29)…Sophomore season (2003): Saw action in 11 games at DB and on the special teams units…Finished with three tackles (two solo)…Freshman season (2002): Participated as a member of the scout team.

PERSONAL: Given name Tramon Vernell Williams…Name is pronounced Trah-MAHN…Born in Houma, La. …Married Shantrell Moore in June 2009…The couple has a 2-year old son, Tramon Jr., and a 1-year-old daughter, Trinity...High school: Four-year letterman at Assumption High School in Napoleonville, La. …Helped Assumption to four straight district titles…First-team all-district and all-region honoree in 2001; also selected to second-team all-state…Was a teammate of free agent RB Brandon Jacobs...A four-year letterwinner in basketball, he won another district title on the hardwood…In his only year of track, finished second in the state in the long jump, second in the triple jump and third in the high jump…Community involvement: Started a foundation, “38 Reasons”…Has participated in the Edgar Bennett Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon and the Al Harris Stars and Strikes Celebrity Bowling Event…Also has played for the “Green Machine” basketball team and rung bells for The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign during the holidays…Hobbies/interests: Has a clothing line, “38 Reasons,” with items available at his website, www.38reasons.com...Enjoys fishing, playing basketball and PlayStation 3, touting “Fight Night” as his favorite game...Held part-time jobs stocking shelves in a supermarket, shoveling coal and cleaning coal machinery, cleaning tractors, and working on his uncle’s farm…Also worked for a construction company that built a building on the Louisiana State University campus…In March 2010, was part of a group of former and current Packers who took a trip with fans to Montego Bay, Jamaica, an Apple Vacations/Green Bay Packers collaboration…Residence: Napoleonville, La.