Packers Cornerback Tramon Williams Talks Off Season

Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams joined Ed & Steve as he prepares to attend the Ed Block Courage Award banquet held in Baltimore.

Ed asked Williams if he felt that with all the new rule changes in the NFL the defensive players are being targeted. Williams said it certainly seems that way because almost all of the fines occur to the defensive players.

Steve asked him if he had any advice to give to the Ravens on trying to repeat as Super Bowl champions. Williams said they have to keep doing what they are doing and just try to get hot around December and January.

Steve asked about the turnover in teams after winning the Super Bowl. Williams told him its a business and that it sucks to see players who become good friends leave, but it’s all a business and the guys upstairs know what they’re doing.

Ed asked what Williams thought about Percy Harvin leaving the division. Williams said it will definitely make his job easier but it was always fun to watch Harvin play.

Steve then asked what it was like being at the Courage House. Williams said it was a great experience and the kids are the ones with the real courage.

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