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Williams Faces Challenge as Matchup Corner

Tramon Williams (Jody Gomez/USP)

Last week at Cincinnati, Tramon Williams dominated his one-on-one matchup against the Bengals' electric A.J. Green. Williams will shadow the opposition's No. 1 receiver all season. What does that mean? We tell you in words and numbers as we go inside this big story.

The Green Bay Packers put it on film last week. And they put it to words on Tuesday. Tramon Williams will not be the starting left cornerback. He'll be the team's matchup cornerback, just like he was on Thursday at Cincinnati, when he followed Bengals star receiver A.J. Green around the field. "I feel that it shows the confidence that the coaches and everyone has in me," Williams said after...

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