CARDINALS Williams signed
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals bolstered arguably their weakest position by signing ex-Cleveland cornerback Tramon Williams.
Finding a cornerback to play opposite Patrick Peterson has been a problem for Arizona. Coach Bruce Arians recently declared it open between Justin Bethel and Brandon Williams, although Ronald Zamort, an undrafted rookie, had looked good at the position before tearing an anterior cruciate ligament in Saturday’s practice.
So General Manager Steve Keim was looking for a veteran presence to add at cornerback. He had first Brandon Flowers, then Williams work out last week.
Williams said after his workout that the Cardinals didn’t want him to leave the building without signing. But he went home, talked it over with his family, and decided Arizona was the place. He signed a one-year deal, the kind Keim is known for at this point in the season.
Williams, 34, who arrived just after Monday’s practice, spent two years in Cleveland after eight with Green Bay,
— The Associated Press