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After the 2010 season, Tramon Williams was coming off a dominant regular and postseason that helped the Green Bay Packer win the Super Bowl. His performance during that span, which included 9 interceptions, had him ticketed for stardom as a premier cornerback for years to come, but injuries derailed his train to elite status. However, Williams has sustained a nerve injury in his shoulder in 2011 that hampered his ability to tackle, and his play wasn’t up to his already high standards. The nerve continued to bother Williams into 2012, but he now feels he’s back to being 100% and ready return to his 2010 version. “I can be the guy in 2010, I can be a guy past that,” Williams said, via Pete Dougherty of Packer News. “Every year doesn’t go the same. I won’t blame it on the shoulder. I was able to go out there and play. I had to do what I had to do. It’s not really an issue to me. “You can watch and see obviously 2010 was a special year for everybody, we won the Super Bowl. At the same time, I played solid last year; the only thing people say is I only had two interceptions. I think I played really solid last year, did a lot of things good, just didn’t come up with the statistics.”

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