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Tagged: Ty Montgomery (59 Results)


Patriots sign veteran RB Elliott

After meeting with several free agent running backs in recent weeks, the New England Patriots decided to sign three-time Pro Bowl running back EZEKIEL ELLIOTT on Monday. While RHAMONDRE STEVENSON willMore remain the starting running back, Elliott will likely have a backup role alongside fellow Patriots running backs TY MONTGOMERY, PIERRE STRONG, KEVIN HARRIS, and J.J. TAYLOR. Elliott will face his former team when the Patriots play the Dallas Cowboys on October 1st. Less

Source: Team Website


New England RB Stevenson ready to be “the guy” in Pats backfield

With former Patriots rusher DAMIEN HARRIS off to Buffalo, fellow running back RHAMONDRE STEVENSON knows he will be leading the way in the New England backfield this season. Stevenson said earlierMore this week that “I’m kind of the guy” now, adding that he plans to take care of his body and “mentally prepare” for the long NFL season. The Patriots also have JAMES ROBINSON, TY MONTGOMERY, PIERRE STRONG, and KEVIN HARRIS under contract this season, but none are expected to challenge Stevenson for significant playing time. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Patriots running backs

The Patriots backfield is one of the key questions of the preseason, with some putting their chips in on Damien Harris and others believing Rhamondre Stevenson will emerge. A related question to who will be the main runner is who will be the third-down back.   more »


Mailbag: August 16, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: filling the vacant third-down back role in New England. Selecting Christian McCaffrey No. 1 overall. Cover candidates for 2023. Hitting the sweet spot on auction prices. And more. more »



Saints sign RB Montgomery to one-year extension

The New Orleans Saints signed running back TY MONTGOMERY to a one-year contract extension, meaning he will return to the team for the upcoming 2021 season. Injuries limited Montgomery to justMore six games in 2020. While technically a running back these days, Montgomery was versatile enough to also play wide receiver last season after a rash of injuries depleted the receiving corps. With Montgomery returning, the Saints now have three running backs under contract for the 2021 season, including Montgomery, ALVIN KAMARA and LATAVIUS MURRAY. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


No backfield? No problem. Brees, defense lead Saints vs. Panthers

All the New Orleans Saints active-roster running backs landed on the Covid-19 reserve list heading into Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. Despite the depleted team, DREW BREES led the SaintsMore to a win with 3 touchdown passes. The running game fared just fine, led by receiver TY MONTGOMERY and quarterback TAYSOM HILL. And the defense made life miserable for Panthers quarterbacks TEDDY BRIDGEWATER and P.J. WALKER with a total of 5 interceptions. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Saints add veteran RB/WR Montgomery

The New Orleans Saints reached an agreement on Friday to sign veteran running back/wide receiver TY MONTGOMERY. The versatile Montgomery is coming off a down year in 2019 where he reallyMore did not receive many opportunities to contribute while playing for the New York Jets. Montgomery has had fantasy success as both a running back and wide receiver in the past, most notably when he played for the Green Bay Packers. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune


Le’Veon Bell questionable vs. Dolphins

New York Jets running back LE’VEON BELL missed a second consecutive practice on Friday and could miss Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. Bell is officially listed as questionable for SundayMore as he continues to deal with an illness. Head coach Adam Gase said he would have more clarity about Bell’s status sometime today. If Bell is unable to play, the Jets would turn to fellow running backs BILAL POWELL and TY MONTGOMERY. Less

Source: New York Daily News

Ask the Experts: Which No. 2 running back do you want most?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which No. 2 running back do you most want to have on your roster?  more »



Montgomery having impressive camp

New York Jets running back TY MONTGOMERY has been having an impressive training camp with his new team. Montgomery, who has shown his versatility as a runner and a receiver, could have a significant role in head coach Adam Gase’s offense this season.

Source: New York Post


Jets release RB Henderson

If New York Jets running back DE’ANGELO HENDERSON was on your list of deep fantasy sleepers heading into the 2019 season, it’s time to update the list. The team announced theMore release of Henderson on Tuesday. The Jets are now down to five running backs on the roster, including LE’VEON BELL, TY MONTGOMERY, ELIJAH MCGUIRE, BILAL POWELL, and TRENTON CANNON. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Jets running backs

There was some discussion yesterday about LeVeon Bell and the Jets backfield. Considering the contract the Jets signed him to, it makes sense that he'd be a workhorse. And maybe that's how things will turn out. But the Jets fired the GM who gave Bell that contract, and head coach Adam Gase might have different ideas.   more »



Montgomery to compete for roster spot

LE’VEON BELL is firmly in place as the starting running back for the New York Jets. And with the addition of backup BILAL POWELL, making the team could be a choreMore for one-time fantasy sleeper TY MONTGOMERY. Fortunately for Montgomery, his versatility and ability to also play wide receiver should keep him around in 2019. Less

Source: Star-Ledger


Jets add Montgomery as backup to Bell

The New York Jets signed running back TY MONTGOMERY to a one-year contract to serve as the backup running back to new starter LE’VEON BELL. Montgomery, 26, played three seasons withMore the Green Bay Packers before being traded mid-season to the Baltimore Ravens last year. Montgomery also spent time as a wide receiver and kick returner with the Packers. Less

Source: New York Daily News


Ravens add RB Montgomery

In a move likely to frustrate some fantasy owners, former Green Bay running back TY MONTGOMERY is headed to the Baltimore Ravens. Montgomery leaves behind a crowded backfield with the PackersMore to join a backfield in Baltimore that should be equally as full. Montgomery is expected to challenge Ravens starter ALEX COLLINS and backup BUCK ALLEN for playing time. Less

Source: Baltimore Sun

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