Williams had six solo tackles and three assisted tackles in Sunday's loss to Arizona. This was easily Williams' best game of the season, as he climbed to fourth on the Browns in tackles. Cleveland's defense isn't exactly an example to the league, but Williams is a valuable part of the Browns' game plan.
Former Packers cornerback Tramon Williams agreed to a three-year deal with the Browns, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. The deal is for $21 million, per NFL Network. Williams will vie with second-year pro Justin Gilbert for the starting spot opposite Joe Haden. Williams, 32, has spent his entire eight-year career with Green Bay, racking up 28 interceptions and 115 passes defensed.
The Ravens have shown interest in free-agent cornerback Tramon Williams, the Baltimore Sun reports. Williams isn't the first cornerback the Ravens have pursued, as they reportedly also were in the mix for Perrish Cox before he joined the Titans on a three-year deal. Williams has visited the Browns and Saints, and the Eagles and Seahawks were also reported to have interest in the former Green Bay starter. Williams, who turned 32 Monday, has tallied 28 interceptions and 115 passes defensed over eight seasons.
Free-agent cornerback Tramon Williams is scheduled to visit the Browns Sunday, ESPN.com reports. Williams, who turns 32 Monday, has spent his entire career with the Packers, racking up 28 interceptions and 115 passes defensed over eight seasons. The Browns are in the market for cornerback help after losing Buster Skrine in free agency.
Cornerback Tramon Williams is scheduled to visit the Saints on Tuesday, per ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. Williams has played his entire eight-year career with the Packers. His stats include 395 total tackles, 28 interceptions, five forced fumbles and two fumbles recovered.