Philadelphia Eagles offensive guard Joshua Sills has been arrested on rape and kidnapping charges just days before the Super Bowl. According to sources, Sills was indicted in Ohio on the charges, which stem from an incident that took place in December.
The Eagles organization has issued a statement regarding Sills’ arrest, saying they are aware of the situation and cooperating with authorities. The team has not made any further comment on the matter at this time.
Sills, who has been with the Eagles for three seasons, is now facing the possibility of significant jail time if convicted on the charges. The timing of his arrest has come as a shock to many, with the Super Bowl just days away.
The NFL has also released a statement on the matter, stating that it takes these allegations seriously and is closely monitoring the situation. The league has not made any further comment on the matter at this time.
Sills’ arrest has received widespread media coverage, with many questioning how the Eagles will handle the situation. It remains to be seen what the outcome of this case will be and what impact it will have on the team and the league as a whole.
The NFL community has been rocked by this news, with many expressing their shock and disappointment. This situation is a sobering reminder that no one is immune to the consequences of their actions, especially in the public eye.
It’s a tough situation for the Eagles, who were preparing for the biggest game of the year. The team and the league will have to navigate this situation carefully as they work to ensure justice is served and the integrity of the game is maintained.