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Tramon Williams

Tramon Williams Thanks You

Tramon Williams

You and a bunch of other people.

After signing with the Cleveland Browns (poor bastard) on Monday, former Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams doled out some thank yous to the Packers organization and fans.

Williams spent nine seasons in Green Bay after the team signed him as an undrafted free agent back in 2006.

Interesting list there. Williams goes heavy on the front office — president Mark Murphy, GM Ted Thompson, chief negotiator Russ Ball, personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith — and names just one coach — cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt.

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Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

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6 Comments

  1. the real russ letlow March 17, 2015

    like I said before, good dude. Hate to see him go. Too expensive to keep at that age and skill level, though. But we do have young DB’s who now have an opportunity to be the man.

  2. Bryce March 17, 2015

    He has always been a really classy guy and it sucks to see him go from green bay.

  3. Ivomitonvikingfans March 17, 2015

    I am fine with not over paying for Tramon and House, but now there are two glaring defensive holes to fill. Teddy better hit home runs in this draft.

    1. PF4L March 17, 2015

      Doesn’t Teddy always hit home runs in the draft?..Wait, what year is it?…Never mind.

  4. Tucson Packer March 18, 2015

    Craig, This is how you say goodbye with CLASS.

    Might want to take some notes. Or tell your sister to do it for you since that’s pretty much your style

  5. Fritz March 19, 2015

    this just make me wince thinking about how the nfl had a chance to make things right by putting the “new” Browns back in the nfc, where the pedigree and glorious history of Cleveland FB really belongs.

    instead, for the first time, they grafted an AFL team, the Shehawks, onto the senior conference, and we have been “entertained” by the classlessness ever since.