The Department of the Army announced former Army West Point football standout, 2nd Lt. Brett Toth will have the opportunity to pursue a career in the National Football League.

"Congratulations to 2nd Lt. Brett Toth, Class of 2018, who has the opportunity to play in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles," said Lt. Col. Chris Ophardt, USMA spokesman. "He is an extraordinary leader of character with professional athletic ability. He will provide a great benefit to the Army while playing in the NFL."

Toth played in a total of 31 games for the Black Knights in his four seasons at Army West Point. He became a key contributor on the offensive line in his final two seasons, playing in 26 straight games from 2016 to 2017. He helped anchor an offensive line that guided the Army rushing attack to No. 1 in nation in 2017 at 362.7 yards per game. Read more.

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