- Former non-drafted free agent and practice-squad player who has gone on to appear in 111 regular-season games for the Packers since 2007.
- Started all 16 games for the second consecutive season in 2013, extending his streak to 50 straight starts, dating back to Week 3 of the 2011 season.
- Recaptured his difference-making form in the second half of 2013, finishing the season with new career highs in tackles (91), solo tackles (68) and sacks (2½), in addition to three INTs and 14 passes defensed, and a career-high-tying two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
- 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, was part of the 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 a 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 111 career games, he has started 83 contests and posted 386 tackles (309 solo), 25 interceptions, 125 passes defensed, 4½ sacks, five forced fumbles and six fumble recoveries.
A three-year letterman, he 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 a loss, one forced fumble and seven INTs among 32 passes defensed…Earned two degrees, one in sociology and the other in computer information systems.
Given name Tramon Vernell Williams…Name is pronounced trah-MAHN…Born in Houma, La. …Married Shantrell Moore in June 2009…The couple has a 3-year old son, Tramon Jr., and a 2-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 retired 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…Hosted the first Tramon Williams Pink Powder Puff game with his wife Shantrell in October 2013, an event to help raise money and awareness for the fight against breast cancer…He and his teammates coached their wives in the game and he plans to host the event again this year…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.