Josh Allen Height, Net Worth, Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography and more.

Joshua Patrick Allen is a football player from America. He plays as a quarterback for the Buffalo Bills in the NFL. Before that, he played football for the Wyoming Cowboys in college. He got picked by the Bills in the 2018 NFL draft as the seventh overall choice.

In 2020, Allen helped the Bills win their first division title and playoff game since 1995. They made it to the AFC Championship Game that year. Allen also broke some records for the Bills that season. He threw for more yards and touchdowns in a single season than any other player in Bills history. He did so well that he got picked for the Pro Bowl and earned second-team All-Pro honors.

Since joining the Buffalo team, Allen has been a key player in getting them to the playoffs five times. They won four division titles in a row and five playoff games. In 2023, Allen was the best in the NFL when it came to total yards gained and touchdowns scored.

Personal Information
Full Name Joshua Patrick Allen
DOB (Age) 21-05-1996 (27 yrs)
Height 6 ft 5 in (1.95 m)
Weight 237 lbs (108 kgs)
College University of Wyoming
Draft 2018 – Rd: 1, Pick: 7 (BUF)
Debut September 9, 2018
Nickname Mr. January
Zodiac sign Gemini
Nationality American
Parents Father – Joel Allen
Mother – Lavonne Allen
Siblings Unknown


Josh Allen’s Early Life and Background:

Josh Allen grew up on a big farm near Firebaugh, California, which is a small town near Fresno. His family has been on this farm for generations, ever since his great-grandfather came from Sweden to America. When Josh was young, he went to a local school in Firebaugh. Back then, it didn’t seem like he’d have many chances to play sports.

But Josh didn’t give up. He worked hard and stood out when he played for Reedley College. Then, he got a scholarship to go to the University of Wyoming in 2015.

But things weren’t easy. Josh got hurt during his time at Wyoming. It was a tough setback, but he didn’t let it stop him. He came back in 2016 and became Wyoming’s main quarterback. Even though he did really well, he decided to wait one more year before going pro.

In 2017, Josh had another great season. He threw lots of yards and touchdowns. He even led his team to win an important game. His patience paid off when he got picked by the Buffalo Bills in the NFL draft in 2018. He was the seventh pick overall, and the highest-picked player from the University of Wyoming.

Josh Allen’s NFL Journey:

Josh Allen didn’t start off super strong when he joined the Buffalo Bills after being picked in the draft. His first game in September 2018 was okay, but the Bills lost. However, the team saw his potential and decided to let him start the next game against the Los Angeles Chargers. That’s when he threw his first NFL touchdown.

In the third game of the season, Allen led the Bills to their first win against the Minnesota Vikings. He played really well, throwing for a lot of yards and scoring touchdowns. But then he got hurt, which slowed him down a bit. Still, he had a great first season as a pro. He even got recognized as the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in a game against the Dolphins.

Early in his NFL career, Allen faced some criticism for things he said back in high school. He apologized for using certain hurtful words, saying he was young and didn’t realize how wrong it was.

In his second season with the Bills, Allen became a team captain. He had a better season in 2020, winning the AFC Offensive Player of the Week title four times, a first for the Bills. He also helped the team get to the playoffs for the first time in a while.

The Bills were impressed with Allen’s performance, so they gave him a big contract extension in 2021. He kept doing well, reaching over 10,000 career passing yards in 2021. He even broke a postseason passing record set by Joe Montana in a game against Kansas City.

At the start of the 2022 NFL season, Allen led the Bills to victory against the Los Angeles Rams, showing he’s still a top player.

Josh Allen’s Teams:

Buffalo Bills (2018-Present):-In his first season with the Bills, Josh Allen got an elbow injury, but still managed to do something special. He became the first Bills quarterback ever to lead the team in both passing and rushing yards in one season. He scored eight touchdowns by running, the most for any quarterback that season, but he also had the lowest rate of completed passes, at just 52.8%.

In the 2020 NFL season, Allen kept breaking records for the Bills. He became the first quarterback in the team’s history to throw for over 300 yards and three touchdowns in three games in a row. He even beat Jim Kelly’s record for the most touchdown passes in the first three games of the season.

During his fourth season, Allen had a tough game against the Atlanta Falcons. He threw a career-high three interceptions and had a really low rating for passing, but he made up for it by running for 81 yards and scoring two touchdowns on the ground. Buffalo won the game and secured their fourth playoff spot in five seasons. With those two rushing touchdowns, Allen became the first quarterback in NFL history to run for at least six touchdowns in each of his first four seasons.

Josh Allen’s Records:

NFL Records:

  • Most completions by a rookie in a single game: 37 (2020)
  • Most times sacked in a single postseason: 19 (2021)
  • Most yards lost on sacks in a single postseason: 137 (2021)

Bengals Franchise Records:

  • Most passing yards in a single game: 525
  • Most passing yards in a season: 4,611 (2021)
  • Most passing touchdowns in a season: 34 (2021)
  • Highest passer rating in a season: 108.3 (2021)
  • Highest completion percentage in a career (minimum 500 pass attempts): 68.1%
  • Highest passer rating in a career (minimum 500 pass attempts): 100.9
  • Most 400+ yard passing games in a career: 5
  • Most 300+ yard passing games in a season: 6 (2021)

Josh Allen’s career stats:

2018 Bills 52.8 2,074 10 12 67.9
Career 63.2 22,703 167 78 92.2
Year Team CMP% YDS TD INT Rating
2023 Bills 66.5 4,306 29 18 92.2
2022 Bills 63.3 4,283 35 14 96.6
2021 Bills 63.3 4,407 36 15 92.2
2020 Bills 69.2 4,544 37 10 107.2
2019 Bills 58.8 3,089 20 9 85.3


Josh Allen’s Net Worth:

Josh Allen is estimated to have a net worth of about $14 million. He earned this money mainly from his contract with the Bills when he first started playing. His rookie contract paid him $5.3 million per year. Then, in 2021, he signed a six-year contract that gave him a $16.5 million bonus when he signed it. By the end of this contract, he will have earned $150 million guaranteed. Besides football, Josh also makes money by promoting Nike products. He’s also invested in his family’s ranch.

Josh Allen’s Contract:

In July 2018, Josh Allen signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills after they picked him as the seventh overall player in the draft. This contract guaranteed him $21 million for four years.

After playing well for four seasons, the Bills decided to keep him for another year by exercising an option in his first contract. Then, on August 6, 2021, Allen signed a new contract extension. This contract is for six years and could be worth up to $258 million. He’s guaranteed to get $150 million from this contract.

Josh Allen’s Family:

Josh Allen’s parents, Joel and Lavonne Allen, had a big influence on him. They taught him the importance of hard work while he helped out on their 3,000-acre farm in Firebaugh. Allen has a twin brother named Jason, and two other siblings, Makenna and Nicala.

Before, Allen was in a long-term relationship with Brittany Williams, his childhood sweetheart. They were together for six years but quietly broke up in 2023. Now, there are rumors that Allen is dating Hollywood actress Hailee Steinfeld. People have seen them together a lot, but neither of them has confirmed the relationship yet.

Who is Josh Allen’s girlfriend, Hailee Steinfeld?

Josh Allen is dating Hailee Steinfeld, who is well-known for her acting in Hollywood. Hailee has been in popular movies and TV shows like “True Girl,” “Bumblebee,” “Pitch Perfect 2,” and “Pitch Perfect 3.” You might also recognize her from shows like “Dickinson,” “Charlie’s Angels,” and “The Edge of Seventeen.”

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