BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
CHICAGO — Rookie safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson said on Wednesday that he was ready to step up to the occasion after starting cornerback P.J. Williams was suspended.
On Sunday, the Florida product played on 59 of the Saints' defensive snaps and 20 special teams plays, racking up more playing time than any other New Orleans player.
Gardner-Johnson officially got the start as well, lining up with cornerback Marshon Lattimore, cornerback Eli Apple, safety Vonn Bell and...