Pro Highlights

  • With injuries in the backfield, made the switch from WR to RB last season, appearing in 15 games with six starts and leading the team with 457 rushing yards and three TDs on just 77 carries (5.9 avg.). Added 44 receptions for 348 yards (7.9 avg.).
  • Among NFL running backs with 75-plus carries, ranked No. 1 in the NFL in 2016 with an average of 5.94 yards per carry. That average also ranks No. 2 in franchise single-season history (min. 75 att.) behind only QB Tobin Rote’s 6.88-yard average in 1951 (76-523).
  • Was the only player in the NFL last season with 75-plus rushing attempts, 40-plus receptions and 15-plus kickoff returns, also becoming the first player in team history to eclipse each of those marks in a single season.
  • Rushed for a career-high 162 yards and two TDs on just 16 carries (10.1 avg.) last season at Chicago in Week 15, the best yardage output by a Packer since RB Samkon Gado ran for 171 yards vs. Detroit on Dec. 11, 2005. Dating back to 1960, his average of 10.1 yards per carry was the third highest (min. 15 carries) by a Green Bay player, trailing only Ahman Green (10.9 avg. vs. Dallas on Oct. 24, 2004, and 10.9 vs. Denver on Dec. 28, 2003).
  • In Green Bay’s win at Dallas in an NFC Divisional playoff contest, became just the sixth player in team history to rush for two-plus TDs in a postseason game and the first since RB Ryan Grant (three vs. Seattle, Jan. 12, 2008).
  • Played in six games with three starts at WR as a rookie in 2015 before an ankle injury that he sustained in Week 6 vs. San Diego would sideline him for the remainder of the season.
  • Caught 15 passes for 136 yards (9.1 avg.) and two TDs and posted a 31.1-yard average on seven kickoff returns in 2015. Also rushed for 14 yards on three carries (4.7 avg.).
  • Was drafted by Green Bay in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the No. 94 overall selection, the first WR from Stanford to be picked by the Packers since James Lofton in 1978 (first round, No. 6 overall).


Played in 49 games with 26 starts and caught 172 passes for 2,125 yards (12.4 avg.) and 15 TDs…Added 334 rushing yards and four TDs on 39 carries (8.6 avg.)…Finished his career as the school’s all-time leader in kickoff return yards with 2,493, besting Chris Owosu’s mark (2,132, 2008-11)…Registered a 27.4-yard average on 91 career kickoff returns and a 19.8-yard average on 12 career punt returns…Posted 5,190 all-purpose yards in his career, the fourth most in school history behind Darrin Nelson, Glyn Milburn and Troy Walters…Earned his degree in political science…Senior season (2014): Appeared in 11 games with six starts, matching his career high with 61 catches for 604 yards (9.9 avg.) and three TDs…Missed the final two games of the season due to a shoulder injury…Posted a 25.2-yard average on 17 kickoff returns and also returned punts for the first time in his collegiate career, recording 12 returns for 238 yards (19.8 avg.) and two TDs…Added 144 rushing yards and a TD on 23 carries (6.3 avg.)…Earned second-team All-America honors as an all-purpose player from and…Was a finalist for the Hornung Award and was on the watch lists for the Maxwell Award and the Biletnikoff Award…Earned second-team All-Pacific-12 honors as a return specialist and honorable mention as a WR…On the first punt return of his career and his first touch of the season, took the return 60 yards for a TD vs. UC Davis (Aug. 30)…Added five catches for 77 yards (15.4 avg.) and a TD, becoming the first Stanford player with a receiving TD and a punt return TD in the same game since Drew Terrell did so in 2012 vs. Duke…Caught a career-high nine passes for 83 yards (9.2 avg.) and returned three kickoffs for 69 yards (23.0 avg.) vs. Southern California (Sept. 6), surpassing Owusu (2,132) in the game to become the all-time school leader in kickoff return yards…Junior season (2013): Played in all 14 games with 12 starts and posted a career-high 958 receiving yards and a career-best 10 TDs on 61 receptions (15.7 avg.)…Ranked No. 2 in the country with a 30.3-yard average on kickoff returns, earning first-team All-America honors as a kick returner from Sporting News, USA Today,,, Athlon, the Football Writers Association of America and the American Football Coaches Association…Won the Johnny “The Jet” Award as the nation’s return specialist of the year…Also ranked No. 2 in the nation with two TDs on kickoff returns…With 1,091 yards on kickoff returns, joined Owosu (1,167 yards in 2009) as the only players in school history with 1,000-plus yards on kickoff returns in a season…Finished with 2,208 all-purpose yards, good for No. 3 in program history…Registered 100-plus all-purpose yards in 11 of 14 games…Was named first-team All-Pac-12 as a kickoff returner and second-team All-Pac-12 at WR…Added a career-best 159 rushing yards and two TDs on 13 carries (12.2 avg.)…Posted 290 all-purpose yards vs. Washington (Oct. 5), highlighted by a school-record 204 kickoff return yards…Returned the opening kickoff of the game 99 yards for a TD and later added a 68-yard return in the third quarter…Also recorded a 39-yard TD catch just before halftime…Racked up a career-high 296 all-purpose yards at Utah (Oct. 12), including a school-record-tying 100-yard kickoff return TD and eight receptions for 131 yards (16.4 avg.)…Registered a career-high 160 receiving yards and a career-best four TDs on five receptions (32.0 avg.) vs. California (Nov. 23) as the Cardinal clinched the Pac-12 North crown…Added a 31-yard rushing TD on Stanford’s opening drive as he tied the single-game school record with five total TDs (Nelson, at Oregon State, 1981)…Sophomore season (2012): Played in 11 games with four starts, earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 recognition as a kickoff returner after averaging 26.6 yards on 11 returns…Six of his 11 returns went for 30-plus yards…Added 26 receptions for 213 yards (8.2 avg.)…Missed three games due to injury…Registered a season-high 155 all-purpose yards in the 54-48 OT win vs. Arizona (Oct. 6)...Freshman season (2011): Played in 13 games with four starts as a true freshman, serving as the Cardinal’s primary kickoff returner and also contributing at WR…Posted a 25.2-yard average on 27 kickoff returns and caught 24 passes for 350 yards (14.6 avg.) and two TDs…Recipient of the Menlo-Atherton Trophy, which is given to the team’s outstanding freshman…Posted a 96-yard return for a TD on a fourth-quarter kickoff at Washington State (Oct. 15), the first score of his career…Registered 87 receiving yards on five grabs (17.4 avg.) at Southern California (Oct. 29), highlighted by a season-long 62-yard catch in the 56-48 triple-OT win…Hauled in six passes for 77 yards (12.8 avg.) vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 26), including the first receiving TD of his career, an 11-yard pass from QB Andrew Luck that put the Cardinal up, 21-0, late in the first half of an eventual 28-14 win…Posted a season-high seven catches for a season-best 120 yards (17.1 avg.) vs. Oklahoma State (Fiesta Bowl, Jan. 2), highlighted by a 53-yard TD catch from Luck in the opening quarter for the first score of the game.


Given name Ty Anthony Montgomery II…Born in Jackson, Miss. …Married, wife's name is Remy…High school: Was a SuperPrep All-Southwest Region selection at St. Mark’s School of Texas in Dallas…Was a two-time first-team All-Southwest Preparatory College choice…A four-year letterwinner, he registered 118 catches and 36 TDs during his career…Played WR, RB, QB, CB and S during his career, and also returned punts and kickoffs…Rushed for 823 yards on 93 carries (8.8 avg.) and added 10 TD catches as a senior…Participated in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Game and the Team USA All-American Game…Also lettered in basketball, baseball, lacrosse and track during his career, participating in the 100-meter, 200-meter, 4x100 and 4x200 events as well as the long jump...Community involvement: Along with his mother, Lisa, attended an event in Milwaukee to help advocate for the benefits of foster care...Is involved with Eye Heart World, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the fight against human trafficking…Residence: Dallas, Texas.