Josh Sills Net worth: Wife| Contract| Salary| High School


Josh Sills had an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. He has earned this much wealth from his primary career as an American football player. Today we will discuss about Josh Sills Net worth: Wife| Contract| Salary| High School.

Josh Sills Net worth: Wife| Contract| Salary| High School

Josh Sills Net worth

Josh is currently playing as an offensive guard with the Philadelphia Eagles under a three-year contract worth $2,570,000. His estimated net worth is around $1 million to $5 million.


Josh Sills Net worth: Wife| Contract| Salary| High School

As of August 2023, Josh Sills was not married, and does not have a wife. There is also no information whether he has a girlfriend or not. Despite the media attention and public interest in his private life during the trial, there was no indication that Sills was married or in a committed relationship.


Year Cap
Dead Money & Cap Savings
2022 $708,333    
2023 $873,333
2024 $988,334
Total $2,570,000


Josh Sills signed a 3-year, $2,570,000 contract with the Philadelphia Eagles that includes a $10,000 signing bonus, $135,000 guaranteed and an average annual salary of $856,667. In 2023, Sills will earn a base salary of $870,000, while the ceiling will be $873,333 and the maximum salary will be $6,667.

High School

Sills was born on January 26, 1998, and grew up in Sarahsville, Ohio. He attended Meadowbrook High School in Bayesville, and was a two-year starter. He committed to West Virginia University and spent his first year as a redshirt.

As a freshman in 2017, Sills played in 13 games and was the starter in 10, five of them at left guard and the other five at right guard. He appeared on 681 snaps and led the team with 13 knockdown blocks. Sills made 12 starts in 2018, playing in 970 games and was named second team All-Big 12 Conference at the end of the season. He started two games in 2019 but missed the rest of the season.

Sills transferred to Oklahoma State University for the 2020 season. He started all 11 games that year and was selected to the first-team All-Big 12 Conference. He announced that he would return to the team for his senior year in January 2021. As a senior, he was named team captain and led Oklahoma State in both knockdown blocks with 41 and pancake blocks with 21. , leading to a first-team All-Big 12 selection for the second year in a row. He also received several votes for Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year, but did not win the award.