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Green Bay Packers activate Tramon Williams, who could become first to play for two NFL teams in a postseason – ESPN

CB Tramon Williams, who was acquired by the Packers after he was cut by the Ravens following last week’s playoff loss, was added to the roster and could become…



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The Green Bay Packers have elevated recent cornerback acquisition Tramon Williams to their active roster for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Williams, who was acquired by the Packers and put on their practice squad after he was waived by the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, could become the first player in NFL history to play for two different teams in the same postseason.
Williams, 37, had three tackles in the Ravens’ 17-3 AFC divisional playoff loss to the Buffalo Bills…

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