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Scottie Montgomery
Wide Receivers Coach
College:
Duke
Experience:
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Biography

Scottie Montgomery is in his second season with the Steelers as the team’s wide receivers coach. He was hired by the Steelers on February 16th, 2010, after coaching wide receivers at his alma mater Duke from 2006-09.

Scottie Montgomery is in his second season with the Steelers as the team’s wide receivers coach. He was hired by the Steelers on February 16th, 2010, after coaching wide receivers at his alma mater Duke from 2006-09.

In Montgomery’s first season with the Steelers, wide receiver Mike Wallace had a breakout year posting his first career 1,000-yard season as he led all Steelers with 60 receptions, 1,257 receiving yards and 10 receiving touchdowns, all career highs. Wallace led the NFL with seven 100-yard receiving games. Hines Ward became the first receiver in at least 14 different career receiving categories and became the first receiver in team history, and just the fifth player in NFL history, to reach 11,000 career receiving yards.

Under Montgomery’s tutelage, Duke had three receivers with more than 50 receptions and 600 receiving yards in 2009. Duke’s passing attack gained 3,660 yards (305.0 avg.) and accounted for 24 touchdowns last season.

Montgomery, 32, played wide receiver in the NFL with the Denver Broncos (2000-02) after originally signing with the Carolina Panthers as a rookie free agent in 2000.

Prior to his professional playing career, Montgomery finished among Duke’s all-time leading receivers.

A native of Cleveland County, N.C., Montgomery is one of just five two-time MVPs in Duke history. He currently ranks second on the Blue Devils’ all-time list in career receptions (171), fourth in receiving yards (2,378) and is one of only three players to lead the program in receiving in three straight seasons (1997-99). Montgomery is one of only two Duke receivers to post three straight seasons with at least 50 receptions and 600 receiving yards.

Montgomery and his wife, Ebony, have one son, Cassius.

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