Twenty Four hours ago, Green Bay Packers running back Ty Montgomery said he had a hard time trusting his teammates and he wasn’t sure what his role was on the team. Fast forward one day and Montgomery was sent to the Baltimore Ravens for a 7th round draft pick in 2020.
Montgomery fumbled a kick return after being told not to bring the football out of the end zone. Criticism quickly followed from Montgomery’s teammates and the Packers returner said its hard to trust anyone now.
Montgomery was selected in the third round out of Stanford in 2015. In 36 career games, he caught 129 passes for 827 yards and three touchdowns. He has rushed for 849 yards and seven touchdowns.
Montgomery will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season. His departure means the Packers no longer have a single player from that 2015 draft class on the active roster. Linebacker Jake Ryan is the only member of that class still a part of the organization, but he’s on injured reserve. [Read more…]