By Shereen Siewert

The Green Bay Packers are trading running back Ty Montgomery to the Baltimore Ravens, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

The Packers will receive a 2020 seventh-round pick in exchange, per Rapoport.

The move comes just two days after an atrocious kick return, when Montgomery caught the ball two yards inside of the end zone and decided to run with it rather than following directions and taking a knee.

With about two minutes left in the game, that decision arguably doomed the Packers, who were down by two points. Just as Montgomery crossed the 20, Rams special teamer Ramik Wilson crashed into him, dislodging the ball. Wilson recovered the ball, and that was it.

The Los Angeles Rams went on to beat the Packers by a score of 29-27.

Montgomery’s decision to run the ball has been the subject of debate and controversy ever since. Fans say the Packers had a realistic chance to pull off a major upset in the game, knocking off the NFL’s only undefeated team on their own field. That win would have also breathed some life into a disappointing first half of the season for Green Bay.

The Packers are now 3-3-1, placing them behind the Chicago Bears and the Minnesota Vikings in the division standings but ahead of the Detroit Lions.

The Packers take on the New England Patriots Sunday at 7:20 p.m.