New Orleans renews Ty Montgomery for one year

New Orleans makes a new move for the next season of the NFL. Los Saints they renewed Ty Montgomery, who serves as a running back, wide receiver and kick returner. Veteran extended a year your contract, which also includes a signing bonus.

This will be the second season of Montgomery with the uniform of New Orleans, in the first he did not have the best numbers. He only played six times. In total he rushed for 101 yards, averaged 5.3 yards on 19 plays, but didn’t get a touchdown. While by air he only had three receptions that added 27 yards. Now he will seek to improve his numbers and have more opportunity within the grids.

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His best year was in 2016 with Green Bay, team where he spent three seasons in total. He added 457 yards on 77 attempts in 15 games played. Those numbers translated into three touchdowns and 20 first downs. By air he had 44 receptions and had 348 yards, but could not get a TD.

The graduate of Stanford will begin his seventh season in the NFL. He was selected by the Packers in the draft del 2015. He spent three years there and was changed to Baltimore for a seventh round in the draft del 2020. With the Ravens it made it to the wild card round where they lost to the Los Angeles Chargers.

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Later he spent a year with the New York Jets where they gave him 32 attempts in total, with which he added 103 yards along with 13 receptions for 90 yards. By 2020 he would reach his current team, New Orleans.

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The numbers of Montgomery to their 28 years total 123 receptions; 1,009 yards through the air; 1,136 yards rushing; 4.7 average rushing yards per play; 1,215 yards in kick return and 10 touchdowns in total.


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