Defensive end Casey Toohill plays in the National Football League for the Washington Commanders. He is 1.96 m tall and 115 kg in weight. Football was his sport while he was a student at Cathedral Catholic High School. He was a three-star recruit when he graduated from high school. Over offers from a number of universities, he decided to enroll at Stanford University.
He participated in the Stanford Cardinal football team’s practice sessions. As a fifth-year senior at Stanford, he played every game and was named second-team All-Pac-12 for his 60 stops, 11.5 tackles for loss, and eight sacks. He recorded 124 tackles, 14 sacks, and an interception at the conclusion.
On the 40-yard dash at the 2020 NFL Combine, he finished in 4.62 seconds. In the 233rd overall slot of the 2020 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Toohill in the seventh round. The Eagles let him go in October of 2020. In the same month, the football team of the Washington Commanders claimed him off waivers.
Week 6 of the 2021 season saw him record his first career sack, and Week 11’s matchup with the Carolina Panthers saw him make his first career start. Due to being put on the COVID-19 reserve list, he was unable to play in Week 14 against the Dallas Cowboys in December 2021. However, a week later, he was reactivated.
How Many Siblings Does Casey Toohill Have?
Casey Toohill has two siblings. Their names are Kathleen and Connor Toohill.