Former Philadelphia Eagles 2020 seventh-round draft pick Casey Toohill is now a member of the Washington Football Team.

Toohill was signed Tuesday by Washington after he was waived on Tuesday. The Eagles were trying to sneak the 24-year old Stanford product back on the practice squad, but Washington stepped in and claimed him.

During his college career, Toohill had 124 tackles (21.5 for loss), 14 sacks, and an interception.

He appeared in their Week Two loss to the Rams and played 22 defensive snaps.

"From the time he got here he just -- he did nothing but improve," Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz said about Toohill back on Sept 8. "He did nothing but do things exactly the way he was coached to do them. You saw that in the productivity that he had."

"He very rarely made a mistake, and if he did make a mistake, he was quick to correct it. He played with a lot of energy and brings some size and speed to that position, some length and some speed," Schwartz continued. 

Now Schwartz might get to see him late in the see playing for Washington.

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