There wasn't one moment or one play that caused Ty Montgomery to grab his lower leg in agony, which is why the Green Bay Packers running back tried to play off his injury -- which he would describe in no more detail than calling it a "soft-tissue" problem -- as nothing major.
Montgomery did not practice on Tuesday and his status for Saturday's second preseason game at Washington is in doubt. Montgomery carried three times in last week's preseason opener and fumbled before he gave way to rookie Jamaal Williams.
"It was just something on and off, something I'm dealing with," Montgomery said after practice. "Nothing in particular that happened, nothing major, nothing to worry about."
Montgomery added he took the day off so the injury didn't worsen. We had a story on Williams Monday that said he's most likely the guy to get carries among the three backs the team drafted this year. He's looking like a solid option to draft as a backup to Monty.