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Too Expensive, Too Old or Too Valuable?

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Those are the questions surrounding veteran cornerback Tramon Williams, who came on strong down the stretch for the Packers. Williams is one of the oldest cornerbacks in the league and his contract could provide some needed cap relief. Is he part of the problem or part of the solution?

Tramon Williams isn't young and he isn't inexpensive. What he might be is irreplaceable. Williams will turn 31 on March 16. For the final year of his contract, he's owed $7.5 million in base salary and roster and workout bonuses, and has a cap number of $9.5 million. That's a lot of money for an aging player. Williams, however, was one of the team's best defenders down the stretch. After going...

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