The Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League are the team that NFL offensive tackle Brett Toth plays for. The man is 138 kg and 1.98 meters tall. He played collegiate football at the United States Military Academy for the Army Black Knights after graduating from West Ashley High School, and he took part in the 2018 East-West Shrine Game.
Despite only trying 65 forward passes throughout his senior year, he ran 785 times. The 2018 Black Knights hired him as a graduate assistant when he finished the engineering officer training, and he eventually rose to the rank of platoon leader. He has previously missed two preseason games, the full of training camp, and a three-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles in August 2019.
He was released by the Eagles in 2019, but the Cardinals later in the preseason claimed him off waivers. He was taken off waivers by the Eagles in October 2020, and in Week 6 of the following year, he played in his first NFL game. He was released by the Eagles and re-signed to the practice squad in November 2021.
After being added to the active roster on November 30, he saw more playing time at center in week 17, but he hurt his knee in the second quarter, forcing the team to place him on injured reserve in January 2022. He was added to the Active/PUP list in July and moved to the reserve list in August 2022 to begin the season.
Does Brett Toth Have Any Kids?
Brett Toth is not yet a father as he has no children currently.