BEREA,Ohio--When Tramon Williams joined the Browns as an unrestricted free agent last season he never expected to be on a team that would win just three games after playing his entire NFL career up until then with Green Bay.
“It was real difficult," Williams said during the veteran minicamp. "For the most part, halfway through the year, I was still kind of getting adjusted to it. Later on in the year, it starts to wear on you in different ways, just pulling on you from different ways.
"Just frustration, you being out there doing more than you want to, just trying to make something happen at some point, and it doesn’t get any better," he said. "When you're at that point, it’s not going to get any better. We have a fresh start now, and hopefully, like you said, we can come out and have a better year this year.”
Williams was expected to be opposite of Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden, but ended up having to man the top cornerback spot for the majority of the season when Haden was plagued by injuries.