Professional football safety C. J. Gardner-Johnson competes for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He stands 1.80 m tall and weighs 95 kg. Before enrolling at the University of Florida, he attended Cocoa High School. There, he played NCAA football for the Florida Gators. As a true freshman, he participated in all 14 contests.
Gardner-Johnson was selected as the Outback Bowl MVP in 2017 after making two tackles and two interceptions, one of which was recovered for a score. He started each of the 11 games during his sophomore season. In November of last year, when he announced his intention to enter the 2019 NFL Draft, he claimed he would forgo his last year of eligibility.
The fourth-round pick (105th overall) in the 2019 NFL Draft went to the New Orleans Saints, who selected Gardner-Johnson. He made his first interception of his career in Week 13 against the Atlanta Falcons. As the starting safety, he made seven starts in the 2021 campaign. Gardner-Johnson and a 2025 seventh-round pick were dealt by the Saints to the Philadelphia Eagles on August 30, 2022, in exchange for a fifth-round pick and the lesser of the Eagles’ two 2024 NFL Draft sixth-round picks.
Does C.J. Gardner-Johnson Have Any Kids?
C.J. Gardner-Johnson is currently not a father as he has no kids.