16 Facts About Antonio Gandy-Golden


Antonio Gandy-Golden was born on April 11,1998 and is a former American football wide receiver.


Antonio Gandy-Golden played college football at Liberty and was drafted by the Washington Football Team in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.


Antonio Gandy-Golden attended Paulding County High School in Dallas, Georgia, where he played wide receiver on the football team.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was a part of Liberty's victory in the 2019 Cure Bowl, the school's first bowl game and his final college game.


Antonio Gandy-Golden finished his career at Liberty as the only player there to post three connective thousand yard receiving seasons.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was selected by the Washington Redskins in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft with the 142nd overall pick.


Antonio Gandy-Golden signed his four-year rookie contract on July 22,2020.


Antonio Gandy-Golden recorded his first reception for three yards in a Week 2 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was placed on injured reserve on October 24,2020, due to a hamstring injury, and rejoined the active roster on December 26,2020.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was waived on August 31,2021, but re-signed to the practice squad the following day.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was elevated to the active roster for the game against the New Orleans Saints in Week 5.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was waived on January 1,2022 and re-signed to the practice squad.


Antonio Gandy-Golden announced his retirement in July 2022 with plans to return to school.


Antonio Gandy-Golden was working on switching from wide receiver to tight end that offseason and finished his NFL career recording only one reception for three yards.


Antonio Gandy-Golden grew up performing gymnastics and juggling, which he attributed to helping him later in football.


Antonio Gandy-Golden has been noted for having several other talents, such as his ability to solve a Rubik's Cube in under a minute and achieving a perfect game in bowling.