Washington Football Team Planning To Start Plus-Size Male Model Vs. Eagles Due To COVID-19 Outbreak With Team

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

The Washington Football Team is dealing with a serious COVID-19 outbreak, specifically on their offensive line. Due to the outbreak, the team plans to play Jon Toth at center. He’s their fifth string center.

As it turns out, Toth, who signed with the Washington Football Team back in August also works as a plus-size model:

“It’s helped pay the bills while the football stuff has been kind of stagnant,” Toth said to ESPN.

The 27-year-old has been on the practice squad with the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets and Detroit Lions, and was in the Cleveland Browns’ camp last summer before being cut. His development was slowed after a back injury and subsequent disc herniation surgery in 2017.

He isn’t the only star in his family as Toth’s fiancé, Adri Zgirdea, does styling and fashion for multiple professional athletes through her company AZSN Studio. While searching for models, she told him that he should become one.