Casey Tucker entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017. He has played for four different NFL teams, and he is currently in his sixth season in the National Football League.
Tucker started his football career while attending Hamilton High School. Aside from football, Tucker also participated in wrestling. Tucker was rated a five-star recruit by Scout.com.
He took part in 2013 Under Armour All-America Bowl and was ranked by Scout.com as the second-best offensive tackle in the country. Tucker was an integral part of the team’s 2012 state title.
Tucker went to college at Stanford, where he played football for the Cardinal until his senior year. He transferred to Arizona State University in his senior year.
Tucker had a total of 39 career appearances, including 33 starts, while playing for Arizona State (2018) and Stanford (2014-16).
He started eight games during his junior year at Stanford, playing right tackle in two of them and left tackle in the other six.
He played left tackle, left guard, and right tackle in 12 games (11 starts) in 2018, earning Pac-12 honorable mention recognition. He was a member of the offensive line that helped the team achieve the third-fewest sacks allowed (15.0) in a single season in the history of the school.
Where Is Casey Tucker Now: What Is Casey Tucker’s Nationality?
Casey Tucker plays for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He is an American citizen.