Brett Toth is an offensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He is 1.98 meters tall and 138 kilos heavy. He graduated from West Ashley High School, played collegiate football for the Army Black Knights at the United States Military Academy, and took part in the 2018 East-West Shrine Game.
In his senior year, he only attempted 65 forward passes and ran 785 times. After completing the engineering officer training, he joined the 2018 Black Knights as a graduate assistant and eventually rose to the rank of platoon leader. When he signed a three-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles in August 2019, he had already missed two preseason games as well as the entirety of training camp.
The Cardinals picked him up off waivers at the conclusion of the 2019 preseason after the Eagles released him in that year. He was taken off waivers by the Eagles in October 2020, and he played in his first NFL game in Week 6 of the following year. He returned to the practice squad after being released by the Eagles in November 2021.
He had more playing time at center in week 17 after being added to the active roster on November 30, but he damaged his knee in the second quarter, forcing the team to place him on injured reserve in January 2022. When the season began in August 2022, he was put on the reserve list after being placed on the Active/PUP list in July 2022.
Is Brett Toth Married?
Brett Toth is not married. He is also not engaged to anyone.