The Green Bay Packers have been very quiet so far in free agency. At this point in time, they have only signed two free agents from outside their organization. Those two free agents were linebacker Christian Kirksey and offensive tackle Rick Wagner.
Green Bay will also need to make some decisions on some of their own current free agents. One of those players is veteran cornerback Tramon Williams.
With free agency in the middle stages, Josina Anderson of ESPN spoke to Williams about his future. He shared his thought process on the Packers and his free agency process.
Williams was a quality corner for the Packers last season. He isn’t a star anymore or a top-notch starter, but he is great as a No. 3 or No. 4 corner on the depth chart. Green Bay likely has some level of interest in bringing him back at the right price.
Last season with the Packers, Williams ended up playing in all 16 regular season games. He recorded 39 total tackles, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries, two interceptions, and eight defended passes. Those numbers aren’t too bad for a 37-year-old cornerback.
So far, no news has come out about the Packers negotiating or talking with Williams. Brian Gutekunst is likely looking at other options and considering who to bring back from last year.
It will be interesting to see what the team decides to do with Williams. However, if the Packers do not re-sign him, there will be plenty of other teams interested in signing him.