July 16, 2024

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The Buffalo Bills have added some much-appreciated depth at defensive end by signing Casey Toohill to a one-year contract, the team announced Tuesday. Toohill, 27, is coming off a season in which he started eight games and recorded a career-high five sacks for the Washington Commanders. If he can bring that same production to Buffalo, then he should fit right in.

The Philadelphia Eagles drafted Toohill in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, but waived him after he appeared in just one game for the team. The Commanders then picked him up on waivers a day later, and while he wasn’t a star or anything, he did grow into a solid role player for the team. Related: ‘Oh My God!’ WR Expert ‘Thrilled’ Over Bills Signing Samuel Throughout his four seasons in Washington, Toohill recorded 78 total tackles, nine tackles for loss and seven sacks. He started 14 of the 56 games he appeared in for the team.


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