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Tramon Williams, Green Bay Packers
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Tramon Williams, Cornerback/Safety

With the Cowboys parting ways with cornerback Daryl Worley this week, Dallas might be looking to add another defensive back to the secondary. Potentially someone who could help mentor 2020 second-rounder Trevon Diggs without being a progress stopper.

The Cowboys already have one former Green Bay Packer Pro Bowl cornerback on the coaching staff in Al Harris (defensive backs coach). Why not add another one, this time on the field, in Tramon Williams?

At age 37, Williams proved he can still play at a high level. He started seven games for the Packers last season, earning himself a solid 75.1 overall grade from Pro Football Focus in the process.

Williams recorded 39 tackles, eight pass defends, and two interceptions in 16 games for the Packers last season. Through the Cowboys’ first seven games of 2020, their defense has recorded just one interception total. Williams played a whopping 73% of the defensive snaps in Green Bay in 2019 and played 100% (1,059 snaps) the year prior as a 16-game starter.

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The 13-year veteran, who has played under head coach Mike McCarthy before, seems to have plenty left in the tank. And Tramon Williams would likely be the ideal candidate to come in and have an immediate impact for the Dallas Cowboys, both on the field and in the locker room.