Green Bay Packers cornerback Tramon Williams played most of last season with a hampered right shoulder after injuring it in the season-opener against the New Orleans Saints, but believes that eventually he can return to his 2010 form, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
“I’ll be able to get to that point,” Williams said. “I don’t know if I’ll get to that point before we start playing. But I believe I can get back to 100%. Once the nerve gets back, I have no doubt that I’ll be back to 100%.”
The Packers secondary struggled immensely last year, and Williams’ bad shoulder certainly didn’t help matters.”There’s no muscles or anything there, so obviously in some directions that I move, my arm is substantially weak,” Williams added. “So that’s what I’ve been working on this off-season – try to get those other muscles strong enough so I can compensate for that. That’s where I’m at right now.”
There has been talk of moving veteran CB Charles Woodson to safety, so if that happens, there will be added responsibility for Williams.