Played in 30 regular-season games with three starts over the past two seasons (2018-19) and appeared in both 2019 postseason contests.
Played in all 16 games with one start in 2018, posting 26 tackles (17 solo), 1½ sacks, six tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and three quarterback pressures.
Earned first-team All-Southeastern Conference honors from The Associated Press as a senior in 2016 after recording 44 tackles (26 solo), 8½ tackles for a loss, 4½ sacks, a forced fumble, two fumble recoveries (one for a TD) and an interception.
Was named second-team All-America by AP, the American Football Coaches Association and CBS Sports in 2016. Also was a semifinalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award.
Earned third-team All-SEC honors from AP as a junior in 2015 after posting 44 tackles (16 solo), three tackles for a loss, two sacks and two forced fumbles.
As a senior at Dooly County High (Vienna, Ga.), registered 127 tackles, 34 tackles for a loss and seven sacks as he helped lead his team to the Class A state title game.
Saw action in 14 games with two starts and appeared in both postseason contests in 2019.
Played in all 16 games with one start in 2018, seeing action on defense and special teams. Posted 26 tackles (17 solo), 1½ sacks, six tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and three quarterback pressures.
Played a career-high 51 snaps and led the defensive line with a career-best seven tackles (four solo) and a QB pressure in Week 17 vs. Detroit (2018).
Saw action in seven games as a rookie in 2017, recording five tackles (one solo) and a QB hit.
After a foot injury sidelined him for most of training camp and the first two regular-season games, made his professional debut in Week 3 vs. Cincinnati.
Recorded first two career tackles (both assisted) and a QB hit at Chicago in 2017 in Week 10.
Selected by the Packers in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft (No. 93 overall), the first defensive lineman picked by Green Bay out of Auburn since DE Nate Hill (sixth round) in 1988.
2019 SEASON: Appeared in 14 games with two starts and posted 19 tackles (14 solo), a fumble recovery, three passes defensed, two QB hits and a QB pressure...Was inactive (shoulder) for two contests (Weeks 3-4)…Also played in both postseason games and posted a QB hit…At Chicago (Sept. 5): Started and played 22 snaps, posting four tackles (two solo)…Vs. Oakland (Oct. 20): Recorded four tackles (three solo) in 27 snaps…At L.A. Chargers (Nov. 3): Registered a season-high five tackles (career-high five solo)…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 10): Posted an assisted tackle, a fumble recovery, a QB hit and a pass defensed. Early in the second quarter, posted his first career fumble recovery when he recovered QB Kyle Allen's fumble at the Green Bay 48. Got a piece of an Allen pass intended for WR DJ Moore in the third quarter that was broken up by CB Kevin King…Vs. Seattle (NFC Divisional, Jan. 12): Played 13 snaps on defense, registering a QB hit.
2018: Played in all 16 games with one start, seeing action on defense and special teams...Posted 26 tackles (17 solo), 1½ sacks, six tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and three QB pressures…Vs. Miami (Nov. 11): Recorded his first career sack when he brought down QB Brock Osweiler for a 2-yard loss in the fourth quarter. Blew by G Jesse Davis to get to Osweiler for the sack, part of a stretch that saw the Packers register three sacks over a four-play span. Finished with two tackles (one solo)…At Minnesota (Nov. 25): Posted three tackles (all solo), including a tackle for a loss. On a third-and-1 at the Green Bay 29 in the second quarter, brought down RB Latavius Murray for a 1-yard loss on a run up the middle as the Packers forced the Vikings to settle for a FG attempt, a 48-yarder that K Dan Bailey missed wide left…At Chicago (Dec. 16): Recorded three tackles (all solo), two tackles for a loss and a half-sack. Late in the third quarter, shared a sack of QB Mitchell Trubisky with LB Kyler Fackrell at the Chicago 39. Shed a block by RG Bryan Witzmann to get to Trubisky for the 3-yard sack as he also forced a Trubisky fumble on the play, one that was recovered by Bears G James Daniels at the Chicago 36…At N.Y. Jets (Dec. 23): Made his first career start, opening at DE and appearing on 25 snaps. Registered two solo tackles, both for a loss, and added a QB pressure. Late in the first quarter, stopped RB Elijah McGuire for a 2-yard loss on a run up the middle…Vs. Detroit (Dec. 30): Played a career-high 51 snaps and led the defensive line with a career-best seven tackles (four solo) and a QB pressure.
2017: Played in seven games, seeing limited action on defense, and posted five tackles (one solo) and a QB hit…Inactive (foot) for the first two games of the regular season...Was a healthy scratch for Weeks 4-7, 11, 13 and 15…Vs. Cincinnati (Sept. 24): Made his NFL debut, appearing on four plays on defense…At Chicago (Nov. 12): Registered a season-high two tackles (both assisted) and a QB hit…At Pittsburgh (Nov. 26): Played 15 snaps on defense and registered an assisted tackle…At Detroit (Dec. 31): Played nine snaps on defense and posted an assisted tackle…2017 Draft: Selected by the Packers in the third round with the No. 93 overall selection, the 20th defensive lineman drafted.
COLLEGE: Played in 52 career games, the second most on the team at the end of the 2016 season, and started 26 consecutive contests to end his career…Earned degree in interdisciplinary studies…Senior season (2016): Started all 13 games at DT, earning first-team All-SEC honors from AP after recording 44 tackles (26 solo), 8½ tackles for a loss, 4½ sacks, 15 QB hurries, a forced fumble, two fumble recoveries (one for a TD) and an interception…Was named second-team All-America by AP, the American Football Coaches Association and CBS Sports in 2016…Was a semifinalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award…Earned second-team All-SEC recognition from the conference's coaches, Phil Steele's College Football and Athlon…Was the only player to register a sack, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery for the Tigers in 2016…Ranked No. 2 on the team in tackles for a loss and sacks…Helped the Auburn defense post a streak of eight consecutive games without allowing a rushing TD…Part of a defense that gave up fewer than 20 points in 10 of its games…Was selected to play in the Reese's Senior Bowl…Was named the SEC's Defensive Lineman of the Week for his performance vs. Arkansas (Oct. 22), one that saw him record five tackles (one solo), two tackles for a loss and a half-sack…Matched his career high with seven tackles (four solo) and posted season highs with 2½ tackles for a loss and 1½ sacks at Georgia (Nov. 12)...Junior season (2015): Started all 13 contests and earned third-team All-SEC honors from AP after recording 44 tackles (16 solo), three tackles for a loss, two sacks, six QB hurries and two forced fumbles…Sophomore season (2014): Played in all 13 games with 10 starts, posting eight tackles for a loss (No. 3 on the team) and three sacks (tied for No. 3)…Registered 43 tackles (27 solo), a career-high 17 QB hurries (tied for the team lead), an interception and a fumble recovery…Earned honorable mention Sophomore All-America recognition from College Football News…Posted his first career interception (36-yard return) and his first career fumble recovery vs. Louisiana Tech (Sept. 27), becoming the first Auburn player to record both in the same game since DT Nick Fairley in 2010 vs. Mississippi State…Freshman season (2013): Appeared in 13 of 14 games as a true freshman and posted 20 tackles (10 solo), 1½ tackles for a loss, a sack and seven QB hurries…Was named to the All-Newcomer team by Lindy's prior to the season.
PERSONAL: Given name Montravius Adams…First name is pronounced mon-TRAY-vee-us…Born in Americus, Ga. …Has two sons, Montravius Jr. and Montravius III…High school: Recorded 127 tackles, 34 tackles for a loss and seven sacks as a senior as he helped lead Dooly County High (Vienna, Ga.) to the Class A state title game…In March 2018, his No. 52 jersey was retired by the school…Was named the team's Player of the Game five times as a senior…Was selected to play in the Under Armour All-American Game following his senior campaign…Was an All-America selection as a senior by 247Sports.com…Was ranked as the No. 2 defensive lineman and the No. 14 overall player by PrepStar…Was ranked as the No. 25 overall player and the No. 3 defensive lineman by Rivals.com…Also lettered in basketball (three years), baseball (two), tennis (two) and track and field (one)…Community involvement: Participated in the Green Bay Packers Give Back Bowling Event in 2018, which raised money for the College Comeback Program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC), and in 2019, which raised money for the Wisconsin Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Association, whose programs champion the needs of abused and neglected children…As part of a summer-long internship, spent a week in July 2016 volunteering in Chicago with Camp iCare, a summer camp that teaches philanthropic and financial responsibility to students ages 6-12…Also visited schools and hospitals while he was in college…Residence: Vienna, Ga.
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