The Arizona Cardinals and free-agent defensive back Tramon Williams have agreed to terms on a one-year contract, the team announced Sunday.

Williams became a free agent in February after being granted his release from the Cleveland Browns.

The 34-year-old is best known for a successful run with the Green Bay Packers that included starts in 99 of 127 appearances from 2007-14. The most productive season of that stretch came in 2010, when he tallied six interceptions and 20 passes defensed en route to his first and only Pro Bowl nod.

Although he made the transition to safety in his second and final season with the Browns, Arizona’s need for depth at cornerback will presumably give him a chance to contribute at his original position.

Either way, Williams’ experience could be a valuable addition to the Cardinals’ defensive backfield looking ahead to the 2017 campaign.

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