Javon Lamar Wims, who was born on September 11, 1994, is a wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League.
Wims has a date of birth of September 11. (NFL). He attended Georgia and participated in college football there. Wims received his secondary education at Edward H.
White High School in Jacksonville, Florida, where he also participated in high school football. National Signing Day took place on February 3, 2016, and Wims signed with Georgia.
On September 24, he made his first appearance for Georgia, in which he had one reception for 10 yards. In the 2016 Liberty Bowl on the 30th of December, he scored his first touchdown reception.
After playing for the Bulldogs for the first time, Wims finished the year with 17 receptions, 190 yards, and a touchdown.
The Bulldogs finished 2017 with an 11–1 record and qualified for the 2018 Rose Bowl, where they won against the Oklahoma Sooners by a score of 54–48.
The final score of the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship between Georgia and Alabama was 23–26.
During the 2018 National Football League Draft, the Chicago Bears selected Wims in the seventh round. During the final game of the regular season, which was played against the Minnesota Vikings,
he made his professional debut by catching two passes for 32 yards. After punching New Orleans Saints cornerback C. J. Gardner-Johnson on November 1, 2020,
Wims was ejected from the game as a result of the altercation that ensued in the third quarter of the game.
How Much Does Javon Wims Make?
According to reports, Javon Wims receives a salary of $965,000, which includes a signing bonus of $0.