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Jon Toth to join the Cleveland Browns

Mark Zerof | USA Today

Mark Zerof | USA Today

Jon Toth’s NFL dream isn’t done yet. The former University of Kentucky center will sign with the Cleveland Browns, according to NFL reporter Tom Pelissero.

This is Toth’s third shot at finding a permanent home in the league. An undrafted prospect in 2017, Toth spent time on practice squads with the Eagles and Jets in 2017 and 2018. Most recently, he started for the D.C. Defenders in the XFL, prior to the shutdown. He has also dabbled in some underwear modeling, like people do.

At Kentucky, Toth was a four-year starter and an All-SEC talent. Good luck to him.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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3 Comments for Jon Toth to join the Cleveland Browns



  1. bigbluebg
    11:57 am August 27, 2020 Permalink

    HELL YEA! As a life long Cats fan and die-hard Browns fan I love this move by the Brownies. Toth is a quality human being as well.



  2. Wildcat72
    1:21 pm August 27, 2020 Permalink

    I am glad to see this!



  3. KyZoneBlitz
    3:21 pm August 27, 2020 Permalink

    Extremely happy for Jon Toth, tye young man deserves a legit shot at playing in the pros, asndo several other former cats. Ya know its strange to me, because there are numerous former UK players that aren’t playing in the NFL, but were very successful playing for us here in the best and toughest conference in America, the SEC. The same conference that puts more players into the NFL than any other conference, most years, more than all other conferences combined. And yet, while anyone can easily find out exactly how any player performed while in college, it seems that the owners, GM’s and head coaches of the league aren’t interested in giving our guys a shot. Yes, the ones who are drafted have done well, but there are several guys who should’ve been drafted but were passed over for whatever reason. Guys like CJ Conrad, Chris Westry, Jordan Jones (Although Jones problem with authority, and being completely psycho could have alot to do with his pro issues, lol), Derrick Baity, Bunchy Stallings, Calvin Taylor, and several more. I mean, without a doubt, Derrick Baity, CJ Conrad and Bunchy should be on some teams rosters. Those guys didnt just play well in the SEC, they dominated their competition most of their college careers. The fact that they are not tells me that the NFL has more political bias than I thought. Word was that CJ Conrad’s camp with the Giants was flawless, caught every pass, near perfect routes, excelled in his blocking assignments…. Yet hes dropped on the last possible day for some random player, while the Giants keep a TE that Conrad is clearly better than, all because they already signed him to a big contract?…. Thats complete B.S. and our players are better than that and deserve better than that!!