CAMBRIDGE, Ohio — Josh Sills, a reserve offending lineman for the NFC champ Philadelphia Eagles, will make his preliminary court look in Ohio on rape and kidnapping charges next month after waiving his arraignment in the event.
Sills, an undrafted complimentary representative who appeared in simply one video game this season, was arranged to appear in Guernsey County Common Pleas Court on Feb. 16. He rather picked to waive his look, and an innocent plea was entered upon his behalf. Sills stays complimentary on a $25,000 money bond he published, and he is because of appear at a pretrial hearing March 9.
The novice, who dipped into West Virginia and Oklahoma State, was arraigned Jan. 31 by a Guernsey County grand jury. His lawyer, Michael Connick, has stated the accusations are incorrect which Sills will be strongly protected.
Sills was noted as a backup guard and played simply 4 snaps on unique groups versus the Cardinals on Oct. 9 — the one video game he played. He was on the non-active list for the majority of the year and was put on the commissioner’s exempt list after he was arraigned, indicating he could not practice, play or take a trip with the Eagles as they got ready for their Super Bowl match with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The indictment implicates Sills, who is from Sarahsville, Ohio, of taking part in sex that was not consensual and holding a lady versus her will on Dec. 5, 2019. A declaration released by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost stated the occurrence was instantly reported, which the county constable’s workplace performed an in-depth examination.