Mayfield Sports Marketing is very excited to announce our
Ty Montgomery Exclusive Autograph Agreement with Superstars of the Game!
Green Bay Running Back Ty Montgomery has entered into an exclusive autograph agreement with Superstars of the Game.
“We are very excited to sign this exclusive autograph agreement with Ty,” said Michael Sauerbry, CEO of Superstars of the Game. “We will be announcing his first public signing very soon. We will also be introducing the Superstars Autograph Series Green Bay players during the Regular Season in Green Bay. Stay Tuned!
“Mayfield Sports and I are very excited to work with Mike as my exclusive autograph retailer,” Montgomery said “We are thrilled to partner with Superstars of the Game.” Mark Mayfield, President of Mayfield Sports said. “When you are looking for an officially licensed and autographed item signed by Ty Montgomery, Superstars of the Game will be your source. Every autographed item has Ty’s official hologram and certificate of authenticity."
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Packers Training Camp - Ty Montgomery, who was labeled the starter during OTAs. This is Montgomery’s first training camp as a full-time running back and a prime opportunity to reinforce — or tear down — the notion that a converted wide receiver can succeed as the No. 1 tailback for an entire season.
“He’s just stepped out in front and just keeps going,” McCarthy said. “ … He looks good. I’m very pleased with the way he has stepped up to the front of the class.”
The second lens is nearly as green as Montgomery. When general manager Ted Thompson declined to bring in a veteran running back to complement Montgomery, it became clear the Packers would need to address the issue through the draft. Thompson responded by using three of his 10 picks on tailbacks, with fourth-round choice Jamaal Williams being the highest selection. Eventually, talent or injuries should separate one or two players from the proverbial pack to fall in line behind Montgomery.
“You just work through it,” McCarthy said. “The teaching part of it in the classroom, we’ve got the gymnasium walk-throughs and things like that. You’re really focused on doing more of that when you have that high — because we’re obviously very young at the running back position. That’s the stuff you focus on. The reps usually takes care of itself. Frankly, the players’ availability and their performance level each day really controls who gets the reps.”
There should be plenty of snaps to go around. Courtesy Milwaukee Journal