|About Haleigh Montgomery|
|Birth||April 6, 1997 Tennessee|
|Parents||Carmen Montgomery Mayes|
|Alumni||University of Memphis|
Darrell Henderson became a Super Bowl champion in 2021 and a new dad in 2022. The Los Angeles Rams waived him off in November 2022 and while fans speculate about his NFL career, they’re also curious about his personal life. Haleigh Montgomery is Darrell Henderson’s girlfriend long before he was selected in the 2019 NFL draft. Both have limited activity on social media and a rare public appearance together this year. That only adds to NFL fans’ curiosity about who the running back’s partner is. We reveal more about her background in this Haleigh Montgomery wiki.
Haleigh Montgomery’s Family
Haleigh Montgomery was born on April 6, 1997 and hails from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She is the oldest child of Carmen Montgomery Mayes.
Her mother, Carmen, has an MS from Middle Tennessee State University. Currently she is an IT consultant.
Haleigh Montgomery’s Education and Career
Haleigh Montgomery was a student-athlete. At East Hamilton High School, she was a track and field athlete before graduating in 2015.
She attended the University of Memphis from 2015 to 2020. She was part of the track and field team there but there’s no record of her collegiate stats.
Before she received her degree in health services administration, she had gained four years of experience as a childcare counsellor at the YMCA. She also had sales experience at a Sunglass Hut and a Louis Vuitton store.
From 2019 to 2021, Montgomery handled administrative duties at the North American Credit Services in Chattonooga. Her current work status is unclear.
Haleigh Montgomery and Darrell Henderson’s Relationship and Kids
Darrell Henderson from Batesville, Mississippi played collegiate football at the University of Memphis. According to Memphis Tigers fans, he met Haleigh Montgomery in college and have been dating since then but there’s no official confirmation about how long they’ve been together.
Darrell Henderson was a Super Bowl champ with the Los Angeles Rams by then. A month after becoming a dad, his hometown of Batesville declared February 13 as Darrell Henderson Day.