Once upon a time, Tramon Williams wasn’t a top NFL cornerback.
He was an undrafted free agent from Louisiana Tech who got signed by the Houston Texans. The Texans axed him on September 5, 2006.
Williams was signed by the Green Bay Packers, eventually became a starter, Pro Bowler and Super Bowl champion. He has since signed as a free agent with the Cleveland Browns, of course.
Earlier this week, Tramon posted the release letter he got from the Texans back in the day.
Unsatisfactory skill or performance.
— Tramon Williams Sr. (@HighRizer22) June 4, 2015
Their loss. Green Bay’s gain.
Jesus, such a cold letter…
Yes that is cold. Suprised there was not a line for ” your a worthless steaming pile of cow shit so get the hell out” or ” your ugly and your momma dresses you funny”.
At least the notice didn’t end with don’t let the door hit you on the ass on the way out, however it does kind of say that in its own special way.
Why would they have the whole checklist in the letter? Just make a template for each reason separately. That just looks unprofessional and mean spirited.
Speaking of unprofessional, Texans legal team should revise the spelling in the last reason. Should be: “than another player” not “that another player”.
Even the signature at the bottom looks like a copy smh.
When you talk about the amount of money these guys make, and/or the strength of the NFLPA, along with their propensity of filing lawsuits against the NFL, NFL teams are just dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s.
Wow I suprised they were so danm nice. Lol where are they now? Losers!! Tramon was a good player for us.