Philadelphia Eagles Lineman Josh Sills Indicted on Sexual Assault & Kidnapping Charges

Eagles offensive lineman Josh Sills has been indicted on rape and kidnapping charges … just 11 days before Philadelphia is slated to play the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII.

According to prosecutors in Ohio, the charges stem from an incident that happened in Guernsey County back on Dec. 5, 2019.

Officials allege that Sills, a rookie reserve lineman for the Eagles who made the team this year as an undrafted free agent, “engaged in sexual activity that was not consensual and held a victim against her will.”

Prosecutors say the Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation into the case — and a grand jury eventually indicted Sills on one felony count of rape and one felony count of kidnapping this week.

The 25-year-old is slated to appear in court on the matter on Feb. 16, just four days after the Super Bowl.

Sills — who played high school football in Ohio — attended both West Virginia and Oklahoma State during his college career. He played just a handful of snaps for the Eagles this season, appearing in just one game against the Cardinals on Oct. 9.

The Eagles have yet to publicly comment on the charges. They’re scheduled to play against Kansas City in Super Bowl LVII on Feb. 12 in Arizona.

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  1. Even knowing they officially charged him with a crime, curious if there is actual evidence or just an accusation that they believe? If it’s not true, then his name is mud and she will carry on as if nothing happened. Seen it many times before.

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