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Ravens displayed interest in Tramon Williams before he joined Browns on three-year, $21 million deal, sources say

Ravens displayed interest in Tramon Williams before he joined Browns on three-year, $21 million deal, sources say
Tramon Williams breaks up a pass intended for Seattle receiver Jermaine Kearse during the second half of the NFC championship. (Elaine Thompson, Associated Press)

The Ravens displayed interest in former Green Bay Packers starting cornerback Tramon Williams before he agreed to a three-year, $20 million contract with the Cleveland Browns, according to league sources.

The Ravens were in on cornerback Perrish Cox, according to sources, but wouldn't go as high as the Tennessee Titans, who signed him to a three-year, $15 million contract.

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Williams, 32, has visited the Cleveland Browns and New Orleans Saints and is possibly the most accomplished cornerback available on the free-agent market.

Williams has played his entire nine-year career with the Packers. He has missed just one game and has been starting for the past five seasons.

He had 70 tackles and three interceptions last season and for his career has 464  tackles and 28 interceptions.

The Ravens haven't displayed interest in former New Orleans Saints cornerback Patrick Robinson, who is visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers today.

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