NFL Suspends Bears’ Javon Wims Two Games For Punching Saints’ C.J. Gardner-Johnson

The wideout lost his cool Sunday

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What seemed inevitable now is official.

The NFL suspended Chicago Bears receiver Javon Wims two games without pay for his unsportsmanlike conduct displayed Sunday in a Week 8 matchup against the New Orleans Saints.

And unsportsmanlike conduct is an understatement.

During the third quarter of Chicago’s loss, Wims got off his route on the first play of a new Bears drive and approached Saints safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, who was not covering him, and punched him in the helmet twice.

After reviewing the game film, it appears the altercation was motivated after the prior play when Gardner-Johnson ripped out Wims’ mouth guard and threw it to the ground.

It was quite the scene, and despite the fact that the Saints defensive back said Wims punches “like a female,” the Bears wideout still will face discipline from the league.

According to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero, Wims will appeal his suspension.

We’ll see how that goes for him.

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