A tight end for the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills, Tommy Sweeney is also known as Thomas R. Sweeney. He was born in Ramsey, New Jersey, on July 1, 1995, in the United States. In his senior year at Don Bosco Preparatory High School, he caught 27 receptions for 539 yards and five touchdowns. He was a collegiate football player for the Boston College Eagles.
After sitting out his debut season, Sweeney played for the Boston College Eagles for five years. He was chosen for the third Atlantic Coast Conference team (ACC). He played in 38 games and recorded 99 receptions for 1,281 yards and 10 touchdowns while he was in college.
The Buffalo Bills selected Sweeney in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft. In May 2019, he penned a rookie contract with the group. In the Bills’ regular-season opener against the New York Jets in September 2019, he played in his first NFL game. The Bills won 17-16 thanks to his two receptions for 35 yards.
He participated in six games as a rookie, recording eight receptions for 114 yards. On October 24, 2020, the team added him to the reserve/COVID-19 list. He was reinstated to the PUP list on November 11. However, the illness led to myocarditis, which made him miss the remainder of the season.
Tommy Sweeney Parents: Meet Annette and Bob Sweeney
Tommy Sweeney was born to Annette Sweeney and Bob Sweeney. Apart from their names, there is nothing else known about them. Any information will be updated.