Green Bay Packer Tramon Williams joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and talks the Ed Block Courage Award.
Tramon talks about playing through injury to his shoulder throughout this season. He only missed one game due to injury, but could have very easily missed quite a few. He wanted to play through the pain to show his teammates and coaches that he was there for them. Tramon also says that playing injured, with nerve damage or not, you’re going to give up a little bit of throws. Which is something you never want to do, give up yards to a receiver.
Williams talks about the Packers last Superbowl run and the feeling of being apart of something like that. There are similarities to Green Bay’s run and the Ravens run. There were injuries and issues during the regular season but once the playoffs hit, they just won. Tramon Williams discusses the challenge of being the team to beat after winning the Superbowl and what the Ravens have in store for next year. The challenge is facing the effort from the opposition. Everyone’s going to prepare extra for the Ravens next season and play their best.
Charles Woodson, his former teammate, has been a big impact on Tramon’s career. He wishes to carry on his legacy and emulate his performance.
Jeremy Conn has been doing radio in Baltimore since 2000. He now co-hosts the Scott Garceau show on 105.7 The Fan. Sports have been a big part of his life since he was a child. He has played Baseball, Football a...