1) Introduction: Tramon Williams is a very different player in 2010 than he was in 2009. Williams was the second most penalized defensive back in the NFL in 2009, when he stepped into a starting role after Al Harris was lost for the season. He showed some signs of brilliance, but a lack of discipline in his technique, earning him the nickname “Admiral Armbar” from Football Outsiders. Well, he and assistant coach Joe Whitt addressed the technique issues in training camp, and “Admiral Armbar” has not been seen since.
Tramon Vernell Williams
Height: 5-11 Weight: 191 lbs.
3) Expectations coming into the season for that player: Solid starter. One way or another, Tramon Williams was going to be counted on to be a starter. Even if Al Harris was able to return to action this season, the odds of him stepping in right away were slim. Tramon Williams was going to be the Packers’ starting right cornerback in 2010 – sink or swim. Besides changing his coverage techniques, Williams was also going to be expected to improve his tackling, which the Packers’ coaches were not satisfied with in 2009.
4) Player’s highlights/low-lights: The highlights are easy. Finding low-lights was rather difficult, especially with his play at cornerback. Perhaps his muffed punt in the Super Bowl would qualify as a low-light. He was very lucky there the Packers stole the ball back. As for his least productive game stat-wise, it would be the New England game. 1 solo tackle, no passes defended and he was pancaked on the BenJarvis Green TD run in the 1st quarter. Highlight for the year would have to be the Atlanta game. An INT in the end zone and a pick-six just before the half that changed the whole complexion of the game. The game-ending INT against the Eagles in the playoffs would be a close second.