A product of Clemton Park Public School and Kogarah Marist, Reynolds has been in the Bulldogs system for a number of years, playing both Harold Matthews Cup and SG Ball for the Bulldogs before progressing to the Toyota Cup in 2008. He played in the Under 20's again in 2009 before moving onto the ranks of the NSW Cup in 2010.
His performances for the Bulldogs against open age competition won him a berth training full time with the Bulldogs over the 2010/11 pre-season, which in turn led to him playing all three of the Bulldogs 2011 trial matches.
Josh arrived at NRL level in 2011 in a continuation of a journey that has seen the local junior represent the Bulldogs at every level from Harold Matthews Cup to First Grade. The feisty half/hooker debuted against Canberra, filling the big shoes of NSW hooker Michael Ennis, finishing with 10 NRL games for the year.
The Bulldogs 2010 NSW Cup “Player of the Year”, Reynolds is known inside and outside the Club for his point scoring ability.
As well as scoring two tries and kicking four goals, for a personal haul of 16 points, in the Bulldogs 24-12 NSW Cup Grand Final win over Windsor in 2012, he set a new Club record of 38 points in a match against the Melbourne Storm in the final round of the 2010 NSW Cup season.
After a series of impressive displays again in 2011, he earned his long-awaited NRL call up for the Bulldogs round 11 clashes against the Canberra Raiders, called into the side as a replacement for State of Origin rake Michael Ennis.
In 2012, Reynolds secured a five-eighth position with the club, making 27 appearances and scoring 10 tries in total to assist the team take out the Minor Premiership and appear in the 2012 Grand Final.
Reynolds made 23 appearances, scoring 9 tries in season 2013. As a reward for his efforts, Josh was selected to play for New South Wales in the State of Origin Game II and also a received call up to the Prime Ministers VIII.
Josh has undergone a shoulder reconstruction that will see him fit and ready for the 2014 season.