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In the National Football League, Josh Sweat is a defensive end for the Philadelphia Eagles.
At Florida State, he played collegiate football. Sweat, who was from Chesapeake, Virginia, took part in Andrew Brown’s team at Oscar F. Smith High School.

Oscar Smith was unbeaten all the way to the 2013 VHSL 6A state championship game thanks to his 94 tackles in his junior year before being defeated 35-6 by Centreville High School.

Josh Sweat

Sweat was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft (130th overall). Sam Bradford was given to the Minnesota Vikings in return for the Eagles receiving the 130th overall pick.

In 2020, Sweat played in 14 games, making three starts. He recorded 38 tackles, three caused fumbles, and six sacks.

On September 18, 2021, Sweat and the Philadelphia Eagles reached an agreement on a three-year, $40 million deal. He was chosen for his first Pro Bowl a few months later, replacing Nick Bosa, who was hurt and unable to participate.

Due to an urgent operation to treat a “life-threatening” illness, Sweat was unable to play in the Eagles’ Wild Card game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Are Josh and Montez Sweat related?

No, Josh Sweat and Montex Sweat are not related at all. The two are NFL players and have outstanding performances but are however not related in any way.

Shaquan Montez Sweat, an American football defensive end for the National Football League’s Washington Commanders, was born on September 4, 1996. Sweat’s grandparents raised him as a child.

His mother and older brother both passed away in 2021; the latter was shot and killed in Henrico County, Virginia, at the age of 27.