The Cleveland Browns are reportedly bringing in former Pro Bowl CB Tramon Williams for a free-agent visit.
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According to reports from ProFootballTalk.com, the Browns are meeting with Williams to see if he can either replace the starter that they lost in Buster Skrine – who left in free agency – or hold the place of former No. 8 overall pick Justin Gilbert, who struggled mightily as a rookie in 2014.
In eight seasons with the Packers, Williams started 99 games and recorded 28 interceptions along with over 450 tackles. He finished in the top ten for interceptions recorded in 2008 and 2010, earning a Pro Bowl berth in 2010 alongside then-teammate Charles Woodson en route to a Green Bay Packers Super Bowl win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.
Despite his age – turning 32 on Monday – Williams has gotten even more durable over the last few seasons, and has missed only one game in his NFL career while making 62 consecutive starts.
If the Browns did sign Williams, they would be pairing the former Packers Pro Bowler with a Pro Bowler of their own in Joe Haden, who went to his second straight Pro Bowl in 2014 and set career highs in tackles.