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Williams made three tackles (two solo) and deflected a pass in Sunday's victory over the Panthers.

Williams was questionable for Sunday's game, but he suited up and saw action on 57 of the Packers' 69 defensive snaps. He should be good to go moving forward.

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Williams (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers.

Williams had been a game-time decision, but his work in pre-game warmups has given the Packers' enough confidence to let him suit up. He'll presumably take on the responsibility of covering Kelvin Benjamin (concussion), as Sam Shields (knee) has already been ruled out.

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Williams (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Carolina, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Tyler Dunne reports.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported earlier in the day that Williams will be a game-time decision, and this injury designation seems to confirm that report. The Packers have already ruled Sam Shields (knee) out, and losing Williams as well could mean big things for Cam Newton and Kelvin Benjamin (concussion), assuming Benjamin is cleared to play.

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Williams (ankle) will likely be a game-time decision for Sunday's game against the Panthers, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

It's not clear if Williams will be able to practice Friday after sitting out the last two days, but it appears a final call on his status for Week 7 will not be made until Sunday either way.

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Williams (ankle) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Paul Imig of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports. Speaking of his injured cornerbacks, coach Mike McCarthy said, "Sam Shields, Tramon Williams...we'll give them every opportunity to get ready. Tramon is closer than Sam."

McCarthy's quote confirms the belief that Williams' ankle injury isn't serious, but owners will want to watch his status as the week rolls along to ensure that he's available Sunday against the Panthers. He's so far put together a nice IDP line, with 32 tackles (26 solo), six passes defended, and one interception in six games.

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The ankle injury Williams suffered in Sunday's game is not believed to be serious, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Williams is dealing with some swelling in his ankle and could miss this week's game against the Panthers, but he is not facing an extended absence. Williams has tallied 32 tackles (26 solo) and an interception through six games.

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Williams suffered an ankle injury during Sunday's game against the Dolphins and is now considered questionable to return.

Williams' ankle got rolled up following a tackle Sunday, forcing the Packers' No. 1 cornerback to the sideline. While he and fellow starter Sam Shields (knee) remain out, Casey Hayward and Davon House are anticipated to fill-in at Green Bay's respective cornerback positions until further notice.

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Williams had the sole pick of the game, recorded five tackles, and defended two passes in Sunday's 31-24 victory over the Jets.

Last season, Williams contributed with three interceptions, 84 tackles, and 2.5 sacks in 16 games. He appears to be on track to have similar, if not better stats than the previous year. While Green Bay's defense has room for improvement, Williams versatility will be helpful throughout the season.

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ESPN Packers blogger Rob Demovsky considers CB Tramon Williams a candidate to restructure his contract this offseason.

Williams, 31, is currently scheduled to earn $7.5 million next season. He could be asked to convert his salary into a signing bonus with the Packers facing cap issues in 2014. Williams graded out as the No. 39 corner by Pro Football Focus and is entering the final year of his contract.

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ESPN Packers blogger Rob Demovsky believes CB Tramon Williams' 2014 roster spot could be in jeopardy.

Williams will turn 31 in March and is scheduled to earn $7.5 million next season, the final year of his contract. GM Ted Thompson typically likes to cut players above 30 who make that much money. However, Williams is having a fine season. He's graded out as Pro Football Focus' No. 15 corner, excelling against the run. The Packers need to be adding quality DBs, not getting rid of them.