Casey and Nicole Rabach both grew up in Door County, Wisconsin and were high school sweethearts. After graduating from Sturgeon Bay High School, Casey was a football recruit for the Wisconsin Badgers where he was a 3 time All-Conference player, 2 time All-American and 2 times Rose Bowl Champion. He was drafted as the 92nd overall pick in the 2001 draft by the Baltimore Ravens where he was the starting center until 2005 when he left in free agency to move to the Washington Redskins. Casey remained the starting center with the Redskins until his retirement in 2011.
During Casey’s 10 year career in the NFL, he and Nicole were active in numerous non-profit organizations including the Humane Society, the Alzheimer Association, the Ronald McDonald House, Make a Wish, United Way, Ed Block Courage House, Joe Gibbs’ Youth for Tomorrow and others. Casey and Nicole knew that they always wanted to give back and better the community they had always called home, so after playing four quarters every Sunday for over a decade, it was now time to begin the “Fifth Quarter” of their lives. Fifth Quarter Foundation, Inc.™ is a foundation established to improve children’s education, recreation and women’s health.
Casey and Nicole, along with their three children Alana, Porter and Siena, hope to fulfill the needs of many in our community, a community that they once again call home.