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Don't watch if you're squeamish.
New Orleans Saints running back/wide receiver Ty Montgomery failed to come up with a pass from Trevor Siemian and fell to the turf early in Sunday's 23-21 defeat against the Tennessee Titans.
When he got up, it looked like he wouldn't be catching passes any time soon. The seventh-year pro stood up with his pinkie finger pointing at a 90-degree angle away from his hand. It looked like bone was exposed through his skin and his glove on the first knuckle of the injured digit.
If that's the kind of thing you're interested in seeing, here you go. If not, you've been warned:
Ty Montgomery finger going the wrong way pic.twitter.com/aNrUWF1nc0
— ThatsGoodSports (@BrandonPerna) November 14, 2021
The Saints somehow ruled Montgomery as questionable after examining the gnarly injury. Because, football? But he didn't return to the game and appears to better off taking some time off after this one. Tennessee went on to secure a 23-21 victory.