By Adam Roberts – 3/16/2021
Tramon Williams played a cumulative total of 10 seasons for the Packers from 2007-2014 and then 2018 and 19. Over that time, he was named to a Pro Bowl in 2010, started 122 games and recorded 30 interceptions, forced six fumbles, and made 461 solo tackles. Today, the 38 year old called it a career.
Williams also had stints in Cleveland, Arizona, and mostly recently in Baltimore, but will always be remembered for his presence in the Packers’ secondary. A secondary that has received criticism over the years, but little of that was directed at Williams, who was usually viewed as a reliable veteran figure in a part of the defense filled with young faces.
On Twitter, Williams thanked the Packers, calling them the greatest organization in the NFL, and also sent thanks to the late Ted Thompson, current GM Brian Gutekunst, team president Mark Murphy, and the “best fans in the world”.