The New England Patriots of the National Football League’s American Football play linebacker Joshua “Josh” Uche. At 1.85 m tall and 111 kg, he is also quite tall. Christopher Columbus High School in Miami was where he studied. He participated in college football on a football scholarship for the University of Michigan’s Michigan Wolverines squad after graduating from high school.
He had a “bad infection” as a freshman in 2016 and only played in four games before tearing his meniscus. He suffered a stress fracture as a sophomore in 2017 and played in only a few of the team’s ten games. Uche made 34 tackles, including 23 solo stops, during the 2019 season, a career-high. He had 8.5 sacks, which led the squad, and 11.5 tackles for loss, which was second-most on the team.
The coaches selected him to the 2019 All-Big Ten defense second team after the 2018–19 campaign. The decision was made by Uche to enter the 2020 NFL Draft instead of using his last year of eligibility. During the 2020 NFL Draft, the New England Patriots selected him with the 60th overall choice. In September 2020, a foot injury forced him to be placed on injured reserve.
In October of 2020, he became functional. His first career sack came in Week 10 against the Baltimore Ravens. He was added to the injured reserve in December of 2020. As a rotational outside linebacker and pass rusher with the Patriots, he began the 2021 campaign. As of November 2021, he was on injured reserve. In December 2021, he was put into service.
What position is Josh Uche?
Josh Uche plays the position of a linebacker for the New England Patriots football team in the NFL.