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Albert Lee Toon Jr., known as Al Toon, is a former American football player.
He was a wide receiver in the New York Jets of the National Football League for eight seasons. He is regarded as one of the Jets' greatest wide receivers and even all players in the history of the franchise.
He earned three Pro Bowl selections.
As of 2022, Al Toon has a net worth of $13 million.
Al Toon’s earns $4,00,000 per year. His monthly income is $32,000, and his weekly income is $ 8,000.
Al Toon is 6 ft 4 in (193 cm).
Al Toon was born on April 30, 1963. He is 59 years old.
Al Toon was famous in his school for his achievements in track and field. He is one of three athletes from the Newport News Peninsula District whose triple jump exceeds 50 ft. He not only did it once but three times. In the long jump, he jumped 23 ft. Al Toon used this terrific ability on Menchville High School’s football team, where he was a wide receiver.
From 1981 to 1984, at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, Al Toon ran track and played football. In his years at the university, he set a Big Ten record. When he played for the Wisconsin Badgers, he established new school career football records for receiving yards, receptions, and touchdown catches. In 1983 Al Toon got qualified for the Olympic Trials in the triple jump and 110 High Hurdles.
Al Toon married Jane in 1986. He has a son-Nicholas Toon, and three daughters- Kirby Toon, Molly Toon, and Sydney Toon. His son, Nick, played as a receiver for the Wisconsin Badgers just like his father. He played for four years in the NFL for the New Orleans Saints. Nick is now in the online retail sales business. Kirby Toon is currently working with Kimberly Clark. All three of his daughters played volleyball at their university.
Al Toon’s wife is Jane Toon. He married Jane in 1986.
In 1985, Al Toon was chosen by the New York Jets in the first round of the 1985 NFL draft. Al Toon played for the Jets in his entire NFL career that is from 1985 to 1992. The best season of Al Toon was in 1988. He led the NFL with 93 receptions in that year. In his entire NFL career, he caught 517 passes. Al Toon was the Jets' second leading receiver in 1985 during his rookie season.
In 1992, at the age of 29, Al Toon retired as he was diagnosed with post-concussion syndrome. He had suffered from at least nine concussions in his NFL career. After football, Toon was a founding member of Capitol Bank. He also served on the panel of directors of the National Guardian Life Insurance Policy.
Toon is well-known for his Big Ten single-game receiver record when he was a university student and established new school records for receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown catches as he completed his three-season tenure with the Wisconsin Badgers.
Al Toon, as a member of the Community Center board, developed the BGCDC: Boy's and Girl's Club of Dane County along with the help of his team of locals. The club was designed to inspire young people, especially those from deprived circumstances, to realize their potential as responsible citizens.
Al Toon is a three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver. He was the AFC Player of the Year in 1986 and NFL receptions leader in 1988. He has also won the New York Jets Ring of Honor.
Al Toon likes to play billiards.
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