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Eagles Reportedly Interested in Signing CB Tramon Williams

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Eagles Reportedly Interested in Signing CB Tramon Williams

The report earlier in the week was that the Seattle Seahawks were interested in signing cornerback Tramon Williams, but now it appears as if they might have some competition from the Philadelphia Eagles, according to reporter Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ.com:

Whoever ends up signing Williams, it's appearing less and less likely he returns to the Packers, although it's a possibility that can be ruled out entirely.

Now that the NFL's three-day window has opened, Williams is free to negotiate with any team he wants, although he cannot officially sign a contract until the start of the new league year on Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. CT.

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Amanofthenorth's picture

C'mon TW. Finish out a Packer and enjoy your post football life in PHF

MarkinMadison's picture

I don't think it is really his choice at this point.

ES 1957's picture

If reports are true that the Packers offered 2 yrs @ $4 mil per, then it is his choice. It would be a shame if he left but he's 32 and business is business.

Rdawg906's picture

As long as he doesn't go to seattle

Irish_Cheesehead's picture

"it's appearing less and less likely he returns to the Packers"

Seems I read that just recently about Cobb. I'll wait and see. Would love to see him back.

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