Johnny Knox

Johnny Knox (Johnny Otis Knox II) is a retired NFL wide receiver who spent three seasons with the Chicago Bears (NFL). His career was cut short due to a career-ending injury sustained during the game. Johnny Knox began coaching when he retired from the NFL.

What is the Net worth of Johnny Knox?


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Football and coaching were the bulk of Johnny Knox’s income. He made less than $2 million in the NFL during his time there. He was paid a settlement sum of $400000 from the Bears after being forced to retire early. Depending on whoever you ask, his total net worth varies. Johnny Knox’s net worth is currently unknown as of 2022.

Biography and Early Life

On November 3, 1986, Johnny Knox arrived in the world from Houston, Texas. He’s 35, too. For the most part, he spent his childhood in Texas. He was born in the United States. His parents, siblings, and childhood are all unknown. Channelview High School in Channelview, Texas was Johnny’s alma mater. He went to Tyler Junior College after graduating from high school.

Height And Weight

Johnny Knox is a 6-foot-tall character. He’s about 86 kilograms in weight. His eyes are hazel and he is bald. Brown is the color of his beard.

Education Background

He was the team’s leading receiver in junior college football, with and this achievement would position him as the class of 2007’s eighth top junior college receiver. He later went to Abilene Christian University, where he was a member of the Abilene Christian Wildcats’ football team. Johnny started the season as a backup, but he swiftly rose to the role of starting quarterback.

In his debut season with the Abilene Christian Wildcats, he had 62 catches for 1,158 yards and 17 touchdowns, a school record. In 2008, he caught 56 passes for 1,069 yards and 13 touchdowns for a total of 56 receptions. Johnny was also selected second-team All-America that year after racking up the most touchdown receptions in Abilene Christian Football history with 30 in two seasons. In 2009, Johnny was also invited to participate in the Texas versus. Nation all-star game.

Career and Professional Life

In the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears selected Johnny Knox. He recorded two catches against the Green Bay Packers on September 13, 2009, in his first NFL game. In his second game, Johnny tied the game at 14-14 by scoring his first NFL touchdown against Pittsburgh. He added another touchdown to his account in the third game, this time against the Seattle Seahawks, with seven-yard receptions.

He had a 102-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the Detroit Lions in the fourth game of the season. On November 29, 2009, Knox injured his ankle while prepping for the Vikings game. He returned after a lengthy layoff to finish the 2009 season with 45 receptions for 527 yards and five touchdowns. With a 29.0 return yard average, he was rated second in the NFL.

On January 25, 2010, Johnny was selected to the Pro Bowl. He kicked four times for 103 yards in his debut in the Pro Bowl. In 2010, he had 960 yards on 51 receptions and five touchdowns. In 2011, he had 727 yards and finished second in the NFL. Knox’s spinal cord injury necessitated emergency surgery on December 18, 2011. During a game against the Seattle Seahawks, Knox collided with Anthony Hargrove. On December 19, 2011, Knox needed emergency vertebra surgery.


Johnny’s condition was more serious than anticipated, as he suffered nerve damage as well. Knox was placed on injured reserve by the Bears right after the event. Hargrove expressed regret for the event and offered Knox his condolences. Despite the fact that Knox did not hear from Hargrove again, he sensed his opponent’s concern over his condition. The wide receiver returned to the field in time for the 2012 NFL season after a brief recuperation spell. The player was unable to stand comfortably despite his recovery. Johnny was released by the Chicago Bears on February 12, 2013 and announced his retirement the next day, February 14.

Knox remained active in football as a coach despite declaring his retirement from the sport at an early age. Johnny served as a coaching intern for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a two-year sabbatical from football. He was hired there by Lovie Smith, a former Chicago Bears coach. In 2018, Knox went on to coach football at Carmel High School.

Status of Relationship


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Johnny Knox is married and content with his life. His spouse is SanDerriqua Knox. There is no information or timeline about how the pair met or fell in love. They have four children together, three daughters and one son. Occasionally, the family can be seen out in public. On social media, Johnny routinely shares photos of his family. There are no rumors of Johnny’s claimed extramarital affairs, implying that he is a committed husband.

Facts of Johnny Knox

Real Name Johnny Knox
Nick Name  Johnny 
Full Name Johnny Knox
Profession  NFL Player
Zodiac N/A
Ethnicity N/A
Marital Status Married
Girlfriend/Wife Name SanDerriqua Knox
Age 35 Years Old
Height (Approx.) 6 feet 0 inches
Weight (Approx.) N/A
Measurement (Approx.) N/A
Eye Colour N/A
Hair Colour N/A
Date of Birth  3 November 1986
Birth Place Houston, Texas, United States
Current City N/A
Religion N/A
Nationality American
Education Tyler Junior College and Abilene Christian University

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