Ty Montgomery Injury

The New England Patriots starting offense had a rough preseason finale in Las Vegas. The Mac Jones-led group managed only three points in four possessions and lost a player to injury in that span.

Returning to the line of scrimmage After gaining only 4 yards on the ground early in the first quarter, Ty Montgomery, who had spent a lot of time with the first team this summer, remained on the turf. An ankle injury, it was eventually revealed, necessitated his being taken off the field. Soon after, Montgomery was declared out for the rest of the contest.

In their matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders, the New England Patriots started the game with Montgomery as their primary receiving back. Whether or not he will be able to return depends on the extent of his ankle injury, but New England’s running back depth chart would take another knock if he were out for any significant amount of time.

The Patriots relied heavily on J.J. Taylor during passing downs after the departures of both White and Montgomery. Three other running backs, Rhamondre Stevenson, Pierre Strong Jr., and Kevin Harris (a sixth-round draft pick) are sure things to make the team’s final roster besides the inactive Damien Harris.

The Patriots were down 13-3 against the Raiders at halftime despite keeping their starters on the field for the entirety of the second quarter.

At halftime, head coach Bill Belichick admitted, “It wasn’t one of our better halves of football.” Let’s hope we can improve our performance in the second half.

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Career

Ty Montgomery Injury

As a return specialist, Montgomery was widely regarded as an All-American. He returned four kicks for 204 net yards and a touchdown on October 5 against Washington. He then had three kick returns for 160 net yards and a touchdown the next game, which came against Utah.

He caught eight passes for 131 yards. He got 160 yards receiving and four receiving touchdowns along with 31 yards rushing and a rushing touchdown in a game against California on November 23. In addition to scoring twice, his average distance on kickoff returns was the best in the country at 31.2 yards. Moreover, he rushed for 159 yards and scored twice on the ground in addition to his 10 touchdowns and 958 receiving yards as a receiver.

Ty Montgomery Injury

Montgomery continued to contribute to the Cardinal’s success as a senior in 2014 while experiencing a decline from his junior year. He got 77 yards receiving, a touchdown catch, and a punt return score in the season opener versus UC Davis. In his senior year, he had 61 catches for 604 yards and three scores, in addition to 144 yards on the ground and a running score. At the end of his college career, he had 172 receptions for 2,125 yards and 15 touchdowns.

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