Tramon Williams lashes out at his Browns experience, instability

Solenn Plantier
Juin 23, 2017

Cornerback Tramon Williams was released by the Cleveland Browns in February after spending the last two seasons with the club.

He remains unsigned. But it's clear Williams is looking to latch on with a contender based on these comments.

Williams started 22 out of a total 27 games played for the Browns over that span, recording 105 total tackles with two interceptions.

But, at least according to Williams, he was the one who wanted out of town.

"At the end of the day, those guys were just going in a different direction", Williams told Sirius XM NFL Radio recently. It's not a stable spot.

He wasn't done, "You don't know who's going to be the coaches from year to year, and I didn't know that so I didn't want to be one of those veterans who is stuck in a spot and at the end of the day, I'm not going to be able to get a job because I was on a bad team".

It is an interesting take from Williams and not entirely unsurprising.

Over the past two seasons, the Browns have drafted 24 players and spent fistfuls of cash on free agents to overhaul the team.

Granted, the Browns don't know who their starting quarterback is yet, but they've added other key players who should spark the turnaround while they get the QB thing figured out. "So I really commend what's he's come in here and done so far".

So while it is understandable that Williams was not happy about the defensive coaching staff, he seemed to be buying into what Jackson is selling, which makes it a bit odd that he would be the one who initiated his exit from the Browns over a lack of "stability" in the coaching staff. Williams would have had to adjust to a third defensive coordinator in Gregg Williams should he have remained with the Browns in 2018.

For his part, it appears that Williams couldn't be any happier that the Browns chose to release him.

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