Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams hopes he can get back to how he played in 2010, when he was one of the top cover men in the NFL.
In 2010, Tramon Williams blossomed into one of the NFL's premier cornerbacks.
He had a career year with nine interceptions (regular season and playoffs), including his game-turning 70-yard return for a touchdown in the playoffs at Atlanta that was one of the most spectacular plays of the Green Bay Packers' Super Bowl title season. The Packers rewarded him in November of that year with a five-year contract that averages $7.6 million a season.
Since then, though, Williams has sustained a nerve injury in his shoulder that diminished him in 2011 and then had a better season last year that still ...