"Coming back here where my dad played, you've just got to put your head down and make your own name," he said. "It's like a blessing and a curse. You just try to ignore 'Oh, that's Joe Montana's son. That's Joe Montana's son.' Just go work and show them that you're a different player from your dad … I'm just trying to come out here, compete with the other guys and show the team that I can play."