Tory Humphrey life and biography

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Tory Humphrey biography

Date of birth : 1983-01-20
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Saginaw, Michigan
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-10-12
Credited as : Football player NFL, tight end for the New Orleans Saints, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Signed by the Saints late in the 2009 season, Humphrey will compete for a spot at tight end on the depth chart in 2010. A fourth-year player, he has played in 25 career games with 12 receptions for a total of 169 yards. His career – the first three seasons spent with the Green Bay Packers - has been slowed by a variety of injuries, having landed on injured reserve in 2006 (hamstring), 2007 (leg fracture) and 2009 (forearm fracture). A former standout at Central Michigan, Humphrey entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent signed by the Indianapolis Colts in 2005 before moving to the Packers’ practice squad and later their active roster.


Re-signed by Saints, 9/7/10; Released by Saints, 9/6/10; Re-signed by Saints, 12/29/09; Waived by Saints, 12/26/09; Signed by the Saints as a free agent, 12/21/09; Waived from injured reserve by the Green Bay Packers, 8/19/09; Placed on injured reserve by Green Bay, 8/13/09; Re-signed by Green Bay (RFA) to a one-year contract, 4/6/09; Re-signed by Green Bay (ERFA), 3/19/08…Placed on injured reserve, 8/3/07; Re-signed by Green Bay (ERFA), 3/23/07; Placed on injured reserve, 11/15/06; Signed to active roster of Green Bay, 12/30/05; Signed to Green Bay practice squad, 11/15/05; Waived by Green Bay, 8/27/05; Signed by Green Bay (FA), 8/1/05; Waived by Indianapolis Colts, 6/9/05; Signed by Indianapolis as an undrafted free agent, 4/29/05.

2009 – Signed by the Saints late in the season and played in the regular season-finale, catching one pass for seven yards at Carolina, Jan. 3…Inactive for each of the team’s three postseason games…Suffered a fractured forearm in training camp practice with Green Bay Packers before being waived/injured by Green Bay. 2008 – Bounced back from leg injury that forced him to miss entire ’07 campaign by playing in every game with seven starts…Caught a career-high 11 passes for 162 yards (14.7 avg.)…Also registered four tackles on special teams…Posted two of the three longest receptions by a Packers tight end on the season, with 37-yard grab vs. Atlanta and 29-yard catch at New Orleans…Played and caught the first pass of his career, a seven-yard reception vs. Minnesota, Sept. 8…Made his first career start as team opened up in two-tight end set at Tampa Bay, Sept. 28...Posted career-highs vs. Atlanta, Oct. 5, with four receptions for 67 yards, and made the longest catch of his career when he hauled in 37-yard pass…Caught 13-yard pass at Minnesota, Nov. 9, and added a season-high two special teams tackles…Caught 29-yard pass at New Orleans, Nov. 24, the longest reception by the Packers in the game. 2007 – Placed on injured reserve during first week of training camp after breaking his lower leg during the opening practice, July 28. 2006 – Played in seven games, mostly on special teams, and was listed as inactive for season’s first two contests…Suffered a hamstring injury at Minnesota (Nov. 12) and was placed on injured reserve three days later…Made five tackles on the coverage units, and played a limited role on offense…In addition to tight end, received playing time at fullback…Had played some at fullback in 2005 while on the practice squad…Recorded one special teams stop in his first action of the season at Detroit, Sept. 24…Made two special teams tackles at Miami, Oct. 22. 2005 – Spent six weeks on the Packers’ practice squad before he was signed to the active roster on Dec. 30...Saw action in the final game vs. Seattle, Jan. 1, playing nine snaps on offense and five on special teams in his first NFL contest…Earlier, entered the league as a non-drafted free agent with Indianapolis.


A four-year starter for Central Michigan, he caught 68 passes for 862 yards and seven touchdowns in his collegiate career…Majored in entrepreneurship…Caught eight passes as a senior for 137 yards (17.1 avg.)…Played in 10 games in his junior season, notching two touchdowns among 14 catches for 212 yards (15.1 avg.)…Saw action in all 12 games and caught 22 passes for 276 yards and two touchdowns as a sophomore…Played in 11 contests as a freshman, averaging 21.5 yards on 11 catches with three touchdowns and was named to the Freshman All-America team by The Sporting News…Initially slated as a defensive end, was moved to tight end before his freshman year began.


Tory Terrell Humphrey was born in Saginaw, Mich., Jan. 20, 1983…Married to Ebony, his high school sweetheart, and the couple has two daughters, Kahnya, 8, and Naliya, 5, and a son, Tory Jr., 3…Earned nine varsity letters at Saginaw (Mich.) HS, three each in track, football and swimming…Played linebacker, defensive tackle and offensive guard for a team that lost only three games during his three seasons…Won the state championship as junior…As a senior, was listed No. 32 on the Detroit News Blue Chip and No. 48 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50…Participated in the state championship for the discus throw his senior year…Resides in Saginaw, Mich.

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