Tramon attended High School at Assumption High in Napoleonville, Louisiana and college at Louisiana Tech where he led the nation with 19 passes defended in 2005 as a senior.
In 2007, Tramon scored his first NFL touchdown on a 94-yard punt return vs. Carolina on Nov. 18.
Tramon continues to distinguish his career with his interceptions and his high level of Corner Back play. Tramon is the only non-drafted free agent in the NFL to post four or more interceptions each in the 2007 and 2008 seasons and his five interceptions in 2008 were his most in any single season, college or pro.
In 2009, Williams became the first player in franchise history to post a 65-yard interception return (67 vs. Chicago, Sept. 13) and a 45-yard punt return (45 vs. Detroit, Oct. 18) in the same season.
Tramon made an enormous impact during the 2010 season. In the Packers’ second playoff game in Atlanta against the Atlanta Falcons, Williams had two interceptions in the first half. The first of these was a touchdown-saving interception in the Packers’ own end-zone, the second was an interception just before halftime which Williams returned 70 yards for a touchdown (the first interception return for a touchdown in his career) which helped the Packers secure the victory and led the team to the NFC championship against the Chicago Bears. Tramons excellent coverage and defensive play helped the Green Bay Packers earn their place as NFC Champions and 2010 Super Bowl Champions.
Suffered a shoulder injury in the 2011 season opener, but managed to still start 15 games and post career highs for tackles (65) and passes defensed (24). Also added four interceptions, including the first TD return of his career in Week 9 at San Diego.
His 15 INTs and 258 return yards since the start of 2010 (including playoffs) rank No. 1 in the NFL.
2012 SEASON: A constant in the defensive backfield, he was the lone CB to start every game in 2012, almost always drawing the most difficult coverage assignment…Finished the season with 61 tackles (51 solo), two INTs and a career-high-tying 24 passes defensed (No. 2 on the team)…Helped contribute to a pass defense that made an 81-yard per game improvement from 2011 (218.3 ypg.) and climbed to No. 11 in the league rankings by season’s end…Defense also finished with the NFL’s fourth-lowest opponent passer rating (76.8)…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 13): Delivered an excellent performance against the rival Bears, tallying four tackles (all solo), two INTs and two passes defensed. Found himself matched against standout WR Brandon Marshall for much of the game and was part of an effort that helped limit him to just two catches for 24 yards (12.0 avg.). Marked the second regular-season multi-INT game of his career (also Week 11 of 2011 vs. Tampa Bay). First INT came when he undercut a crossing route intended for WR Earl Bennett. Second INT came in the fourth quarter when he leapt to tip a deep pass to himself before scampering 38 yards down the sideline on the return. The offense wasted little time taking advantage, as QB Aaron Rodgers hit WR Donald Driver for a 26-yard TD on the ensuing play to put the game out of reach at 23-3…At Indianapolis (Oct. 5): Appeared on all 96 defensive plays, posting six tackles (all solo, one for loss) and was credited with a career-high five passes defensed. Passes defensed were the most by a Packer since Woodson was credited with six at Minnesota on Oct. 23, 2011…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Fared well in a much-anticipated matchup with the Bears’ Marshall. The secondary held Marshall to just five catches for 56 yards (9.3 avg.), well below his season averages, and just one of those receptions (a 9-yard catch in the first quarter) came against Williams. Part of a pass defense that limited the Bears to just 107 net passing yards and a combined 181 net passing yards in the teams’ two contests, the lowest in a season for Green Bay against Chicago since 1977 (158 yards)…Vs. Minnesota (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 5): Appeared on all 62 defensive plays, finishing with a team-high-tying seven tackles (four solo) and a team-best three passes defensed.