2022 looked different for Brett Toth than it did for his teammates. While the Eagles muscled through a strenuous path to Super Bowl LVII, he faced trials of his own, diligently rehabbing from injury.
Toth has played in 17 games since signing with the Eagles as an undrafted free agent in 2019. In the season finale of his third season, he tore his ACL, leaving him sidelined for the team's subsequent championship run in 2022.
In 2023, he'll have the opportunity to bounce back in Philadelphia – the Eagles have signed him to a one-year deal. He was released from the team at the end of last week – but now, the Eagles have solidified his spot with a new deal as they continue to craft next season's roster.
Toth is a product of Army football – after playing collegiately for the Black Knights, he served as a first lieutenant until he received a waiver to pursue an NFL career while serving as an active-duty soldier. During his tenure in Philadelphia, he's added offseason responsibilities as an instructor at Temple University's ROTC program.
On Wednesday at 4 p.m., the Eagles will have two unrestricted free agent linemen in Andre Dillard and Isaac Seumalo, potentially creating an opportunity for Brett Toth to earn a bigger role come Training Camp.