C. J. Gardner-Johnson is a professional football safety who competes for the National Football League’s Philadelphia Eagles. His height is 1.80 m, and he weighs 95 kg. Before enrolling at the University of Florida, where he played NCAA football for the Florida Gators, he graduated from Cocoa High School. He participated in all 14 games as a true freshman.
Gardner-Johnson was selected as the Outback Bowl MVP in 2017 for his two tackles, two interceptions, one of which was recovered for a score, and two touchdown-producing returns. In each of the 11 games during his sophomore season, he received the starting nod. When he announced for the 2019 NFL Draft in November of last year, he said he would skip his last year of eligibility.
In the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, Gardner-Johnson was taken by the New Orleans Saints with the 105th overall pick. During Week 13’s game against the Atlanta Falcons, he made his first career interception. As the starting safety in 2021, he had seven starts. On August 30, 2022, the Saints traded Gardner-Johnson and a 2025 seventh-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a fifth-round pick and the lower of their two 2024 sixth-round picks in the NFL Draft.
Is C.J. Gardner-Johnson Married?
No. C.J. Gardner-Johnson is not married and is not engaged to anyone either. He also has no record of him being previously married or engaged.