Green Bay Packers: Top 15 undrafted free agents of all-time

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Tramon Williams. Raymond T. Rivard photograph
Tramon Williams. Raymond T. Rivard photograph /


Williams signed with Green Bay at the end of the 2007 season and eventually took over Al Harris’s spot in the starting lineup. The brash cornerback’s aggressiveness and anticipatory skills allowed him to make big plays, particularly during the Packers Super Bowl XLV post-season run.

The 5-11 cover man’s deficiencies were occasionally exposed when he was matched up with bigger receivers.

Though Williams wasn’t always technically sound, he never thought twice about tossing his body around in stopping the run.

One can make an argument for elevating Williams on this list due to his aforementioned vital role in helping the Packers earn their fourth Super Bowl title.

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