Jets Sign Ty Montgomery To One-Year Deal



A league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that it's a one-year deal.

A new face will soon be joining Jets' offseason workouts.

Montgomery, a third-round pick in 2015, began his career as a wide receiver, but he switched to running back in 2016. Last season, Roberts was voted to the Pro Bowl as a special teams player after averaging 29.4 yards per return, which ranked second in the NFL. Of course, it should probably also be noted that he lost his job in Green Bay due to a kickoff return.

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The Packers traded Montgomery to the Baltimore Ravens after he fumbled a kickoff late in Green Bay's loss to the Los Angeles Rams in October of a year ago.

Montgomery and Flacco never got to play together, however, because Flacco suffered a hip injury against the Steelers just days after the trade, when Montgomery was inactive for his first game in Baltimore. The 2015 third-round pick out of Stanford entered the National Football League as a receiver with the Packers in 2015, before being moved to running back the following season.

In six games for the Ravens, Montgomery rushed for 83 yards on 15 carries, with no touchdowns. The Stanford product has also caught 107 passes for 892 yards and three scores throughout his career.

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