Tramon Williams (Packers Alum #38)
CAREER: Former non-drafted free agent and practice-squad player has developed into one of the top players at his position in the league…Posted 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 career highs in tackles (63), interceptions (six) and passes defensed (23) as he led the team in INTs and passes defensed…Named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl, 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 playoffs, including one for a touchdown, and his nine combined interceptions on the season ranked No. 1 in the NFL
- First name is pronounced trah-MAHN.
- Ranked No. 1 in the NFL with a combined nine interceptions (six in regular season, three in postseason) in 2010.
- Posted career highs in tackles (63), interceptions (six) and passes defensed (23) on his way to being selected to the 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, 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.
- Is the only non-drafted free agent in the NFL to post four or more interceptions each of the last three seasons. His 15 interceptions over that span rank tied for No. 6 in the NFL.
- Led the nation with 19 passes defensed in 2005 as a senior at Louisiana Tech.