Bears Javon Wims SUCKER PUNCHES Chauncey Gardner Johnson!
We see suspension in Chicago Bears wide receiver Javon Wims future.
Basically, Chicago wide receiver Javon punched Saints’ Chauncey Gardner Johnson in the helmet during their matchup and set off a massive brawl. The reason for the attack is unknown. Continue on to watch Javon Wims SUCKER PUNCH Chauncey Gardner Johnson…
— SCROOGE MCDUCK (@DmainEvent95) November 1, 2020
CelebnSports247.com reports Midway through the third quarter of Sunday’s New Orleans Saints-Chicago Bears game, Bears wide receiver Wims walked up to Saints defensive back Gardner-Johnson.
Javon Wims first tapped Chauncey Gardner Johnson on the chest, and then punched him twice.
Wims was ejected shortly thereafter in a game the Saints would go on to win, 26-23, in overtime.
Bears coach Matt Nagy said, via NFL Network’s Stacey Dales:
I am really, really bothered, by that third-quarter incident. It bothers me. I’m proud of the guys that played hard. The guys that were selfless.
— CelebNSports247 (@CNS24_7) November 2, 2020
According to NFL, Television replays showed Gardner-Johnson previously exchanging words with Bears wideout Anthony Miller with the defensive back at one point sticking his finger in Miller’s face.
This was a completely unnecessary move on his part – bad behavior.
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