4. Tramon Williams
The Packers and Tramon Williams agreed to a two-year deal worth a total of $10 million in order to bring Williams back to Green Bay.
Williams figures to begin the season as one of the starting outside corners opposite second-year man Kevin King. However, depending on how fast rookies Jaire Alexander and Joshua Jackson come along, he may see his playing time dwindle rather quickly.
Even if that happens, Williams impact will still be felt on this team. Not only for this season, but for the years to come.
He has a great feel for the game. Especially when it comes to reading the quarterback and jumping routes to pick them off or even just to break them up. Alexander and Jackson have shown this same type of feel. Williams will go a long way in teaching them how to build upon that and use that in game situations like they did in college.
Whether it’s playing an abundance of snaps or mentoring from the sidelines, Williams presence will be felt next season.