(WNFL) - Cousins will be on opposite sides of the field Monday night when the Green Bay Packers host the Chicago Bears. Jordan Mills was drafted in the fifth-round in April, and he has started each of Chicago's seven games at right tackle. His cousin is Packers' corner Tramon Williams -- who has a good chance of running into Mills in one of his blitzes from the slot as a part of Green Bay's five-and-six-D-B alignments. Mills is seven years younger than Williams. Both played at Napoleonville Assumption High School in Louisiana. Mills then went to Louisiana Tech, where he started 34 games in his college career. Williams is six inches shorter and 125 pounds lighter than the big Chicago lineman. Williams said he had not spoken to his cousin as of yesterday -- but he's looking forward to the contest. Williams says it's great to see the success Mills is having, and it will be good to see him. The Packers will try to hang onto first in the N-F-C North, while the Bears will try to dig their way out of third place.