Linebacker Joshua “Josh” Uche plays for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He is 111 kg in weight and 1.85 m tall. In Miami, he attended Christopher Columbus High School. Following high school, he participated in collegiate football on a football scholarship with the University of Michigan’s Michigan Wolverines team. He only played in four games as a freshman in 2016 due to a meniscus tear and a “terrible sickness.”
He suffered a stress fracture as a sophomore in 2017, which reduced his playing time to 10 games. Uche made a career-high 34 tackles in the 2019 season, including 23 solo stops. His 8.5 sacks were the highest on the team, while his 11.5 tackles for loss were second-most.
After the season, the coaches selected him for the 2019 All-Big Ten defense second team. Uche would sacrifice his last year of eligibility and declare for the 2020 NFL Draft, it was revealed. He was chosen by the New England Patriots with the 60th overall choice in the 2020 NFL Draft. In September 2020, he had a foot injury and was put on injured reserve. In October 2020, he was made active.
He registered his first career sack in Week 10’s matchup with the Baltimore Ravens. He was added to the reserve injury list in December 2020. He joined the Patriots’ 2021 season as a backup outside linebacker and pass rusher. November 2021 saw him being placed on injured reserve. In December 2021, he was made active.
Is Josh Uche Married?
No. Josh Uche is not married and is not engaged to anyone. He has also never been married.