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2021 16 95 5.94 44 2.93 130.9
2020 3 27 9.00 101 5.32 122
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Gets shoulder surgery, done for 2022

    Montgomery (knee) will miss the remainder of the season after recently undergoing shoulder surgery, Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports. Montgomery was placed on injured reserve after playing 19 snaps in the team's season-opening loss to the Dolphins. The Patriots haven't provided many updates on his status since then, but Montgomery looks like he'll spend the remainder of the season rehabbing from the shoulder procedure. Montgomery will be due $1.36 million in 2023 and should compete for a change-of-pace role within the New England backfield next offseason, if healthy.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Unlikely to return in Week 6

    Montgomery (knee) is not expected to be activated from injured reserve this week, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Montgomery was placed on IR with a right knee injury Sept. 13 following the Patriots' Week 1 loss to the Dolphins, but head coach Bill Belichick doesn't expect the running back to return in Week 6. With Damien Harris (hamstring) potentially unavailable for New England's upcoming matchup with the Browns, Pierre Strong, J.J. Taylor and Kevin Harris could see increased roles behind Rhamondre Stevenson.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Heads to IR

    The Patriots placed Montgomery on injured reserve Tuesday due to an apparent aggravation of a right knee injury, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. After initially injuring his knee Aug. 26 and turning in only limited participation in practice last week, Montgomery was listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins. He ultimately gained clearance to play in the Patriots' season-opening 20-7 loss, logging 21 snaps while accounting for 13 yards and New England's only touchdown across five touches (two carries, three receptions). With Montgomery's move to IR ensuring that he'll miss at least the next four games, rookie Pierre Strong or practice-squad running back J.J. Taylor could step in as the third option in a backfield rotation headlined by Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Catches three passes in Week 1

    Montgomery was on the field for 21 of a possible 57 snaps on offense in Sunday's 20-7 loss to Miami, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. In the process, Montgomery carried twice for minus-2 yards and caught three of his four targets for 15 yards and a TD. Given that rookie Pierre Strong was inactive Week 1, it looks like Montgomery has a decent grip on the Patriots' change-of-pace duties early on this season, while Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson (two targets Sunday) remain the team's primary early-down options. Looking ahead, Montgomery possesses modest fantasy utility in PPR-friendly formats, with his weekly volume likely to be dependent on varying game plans and flows.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Active for Week 1

    Montgomery (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports. In his regular-season debut with the Patriots, Montgomery, who was a limited practice participant this week, will look to help fill the change-of-pace void (behind top early-down options Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson) in the team's offense created by the retirement of James White. It remains to seen how much volume that will initially yield for Montgomery, with Stevenson potentially factoring into the team's passing game as well, but Pierre Strong being made inactive Sunday suggests that Montgomery may not face limitations against Miami in Week 1.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Questionable for opener

    Montgomery (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins. If he's available Sunday, Montgomery -- who was a limited practice participant this week -- is a candidate to help fill the change-of-pace void created by the retirement of James White. If he's out or limited, however, rookie Pierre Strong could see added snaps behind top early-down options Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson, with Stevenson potentially factoring into the team's passing game as well.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Logs another limited practice

    Montgomery (knee) remained limited at practice Thursday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Unless he manages to log a full practice Friday, Montgomery will head into the weekend with a degree of uncertainty regarding his status for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. If Montgomery is out or limited Week 1, rookie Pierre Strong would be a candidate to see added touches behind fellow backs Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Limited by knee injury

    Montgomery was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a knee injury, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. As Cox notes, Montgomery left New England's preseason finale with an ankle issue, but Wednesday's practice report lists him with a different injury. Either way, if Montgomery is available this weekend against the Dolphins, he's a candidate to help fill the change-of-pace/pass-catching void created by the retirement of James White. If Montgomery is out or limited, however, rookie Pierre Strong could see added touches behind top early-down options Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: At practice Wednesday

    Montgomery (ankle) was present for Wednesday's practice, Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston reports. Curran notes that Montgomery, who was carted off the field during the Patriots' preseason finale, looked "spry" Wednesday. The Patriots will release their first Week 1 injury report later in the day, when it will be revealed whether Montgomery is listed as a full participant. In any case, the change-of-pace back's presence at practice to begin the week bodes well for his chances of suiting up Sunday against the Dolphins.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Sits out another practice

    Montgomery (ankle) remained sidelined during Thursday's practice, Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald reports. Montgomery sustained a right ankle injury during the Patriots' preseason finale, so his progress will need to be monitored ahead of the team's Week 1 contest against the Dolphins. If he's available, Montgomery is a candidate to help fill the change-of-pace/pass-catching void created by the retirement of James White. Also currently in the mix on that front is rookie Pierre Strong, though New England also has three more running back options (J.J. Taylor/Kevin Harris and the versatile Lynn Bowden) to potentially promote from the practice squad.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Not practicing Monday

    Montgomery (ankle) didn't practice Monday, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Montgomery sustained a right ankle injury during Friday's preseason game versus the Raiders, and there has yet to be a concrete update on the severity of his injury since then. The 29-year-old had been projected to help fill the change-of-pace/pass-catching void created by the retirement of James White, but if he's forced to miss time early on this season, rookie Pierre Strong is a candidate to see increased opportunities in New England's offense, while the team's top early-down options Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson also could see added looks in the passing game in that context.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Set to undergo tests on ankle

    Montgomery is slated to undergo further tests to determine the severity of the ankle injury he sustained in Friday's preseason finale against the Raiders, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Montgomery had been projected to help fill the change-of-pace/pass-catching void created by the retirement of James White, but if he's forced to miss time into the regular season, rookie Pierre Strong is a candidate to see increased opportunities in New England's offense. Additionally, the team's top early down options, Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson, could see added looks in the passing game out of the gate in such a scenario, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site notes.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Has right ankle injury

    Montgomery won't return to Friday's preseason game in Las Vegas due to a right ankle injury, Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston reports. In a game in which Damien Harris (undisclosed) didn't play, Rhamondre Stevenson got all the backfield reps on the Patriots' first possession, with Montgomery entering on the team's second drive. After his only official touch (a four-yard carry), Montgomery was tended to by New England's training staff before requiring assistance to reach the sideline and a cart to go to the locker room. He's the top candidate to take on a share of the retired James White's vacated change-of-pace role this season, but a serious injury could impact those plans. Rookie fourth-rounder Pierre Strong, J.J. Taylor and sixth-rounder Kevin Harris likely are the next players up if Montgomery misses any time.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Injures leg Friday

    Montgomery suffered a lower right leg injury during Friday's preseason game at Las Vegas, Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston reports. Montgomery attempted to reach the sideline on his own, but he eventually fell back to the turf and was attended to by the Patriots' training staff before needing assistance to get off the field. He then was carted to the locker room. The severity of the injury is unknown, but anything serious would be a blow to his chances of taking on some of the retired James White's change-of-pace role in the offense. Candidates for that job otherwise are J.J. Taylor and rookie sixth-round pick Kevin Harris.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Gets into end zone Friday

    Montgomery carried the ball four times for 13 yards and a touchdown and caught his only target for five yards in Friday's preseason game against the Panthers. Somewhat surprisingly, Damien Harris, Rhamondre Stevenson and Montgomery rotated through the offense during the first half, with the latter punching in a two-yard TD early in the second quarter. It was thought the well-traveled journeyman might be the top candidate to replace the retired James White in passing situations, but Friday's usage of the trio suggests the Patriots' backfield could be a true committee in 2022 instead, making it difficult to trust any of them on a weekly basis. Per Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald, coach Bill Belichick indicated after the game all his healthy starters would be available for New England's preseason finale next week against the Raiders, so there will be one more chance for the coaching staff to provide some clarity on how Montgomery and the rest of the RB crew will be deployed in the regular season.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Could move into receiving back role

    In the wake of James White's retirement, based on how things have gone in training camp, Montgomery could have the inside track to fill the Patriots' vacated receiving back role, Evan Lazar of the team's official site reports. One bit of context supporting that notion is that Montgomery was among the Patriots (a group that included the team's key skill players) who sat out Thursday night's preseason opener. The report notes that rookie Pierre Strong is also candidate to help fill the void created by the absence of White, but the 2022 fourth-rounder is going to need to establish that he can be counted on in pass protection and thus may be eased into the mix if Montgomery indeed claims a notable change-of-pace role out of the gate this season behind top early-down options Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Could claim change-of-pace role

    Montgomery is a candidate for added opportunities in the Patriots offense after running back James White announced his retirement from the NFL, NESN's Zack Cox and ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. At this stage, Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson currently top the running back depth chart and are in line to handle the bulk of the team's early down work this season. With White no longer in the mix, though, there will be change-of-pace/pass-catching snaps and touches available, and both Cox and Reiss believe the versatile Montgomery has a chance to claim a share of them. Rookie fourth-rounder Pierre Strong is another player who could factor in on that front, with 2022 sixth-rounder Kevin Harris and returnee J.J. Taylor also competing for depth roles.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Pushing for roster spot

    Montgomery has been one of the Patriots' early standouts in training camp, Evan Lazar of the team's official site reports. Though the Patriots' roster lists the 29-year-old as a wide receiver, the team's unofficial depth chart has the versatile Montgomery as a second-team running back. While Damien Harris and Rhamondre Stevenson are expected to lead the team's rushing attack this season, Lazar believes that as things stand, "Montgomery is not just on the team; he will be incorporated into the offense and special teams." Also in the team's backfield mix are James White (who is bouncing back from a hip injury) and J.J. Taylor, as well as rookies Pierre Strong and Kevin Harris.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Taking RB reps

    Patriots running backs coach Vinnie Sunseri relays that Montgomery, who is listed as a wide receiver on the team's official roster, has been taking backfield reps, NESN.com's Zack Cox reports. Given the Patriots' deep running back corps and solid depth at wideout, there's not a clear path for Montgomery to see steady touches in the team's offense at this stage. That said, the 29-year-old's versatility is an asset that could help him secure a roster spot, in particular if he makes a case to earn special teams snaps. In 14 games with the Saints last season, Montgomery carried 15 times for 44 yards while catching 16 of his 26 targets for 95 yards.
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  • Patriots' Ty Montgomery: Joining Patriots

    Montgomery is signing a two-year deal with the Patriots, independent NFL reporter Dov Kleiman reports. Montgomery may provide depth behind passing-down back James White, who was re-signed earlier this week, or he could see more of his work at wide receiver. Either way, the versatile 29-year-old isn't likely to have a big role, with any fantasy value likely requiring injuries ahead of him.
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