Meet Alisa Mixon; others spelled it Alise Mixon, but actually, she is Alisa Smith nowadays, and Alisa is the amazing and proud mother of NFL player Joe Mixon. Her son is the 6’1 wide receiver currently playing for the Cincinnati Bengals who previously played college football for the Sooner at the University of Oklahoma.
Joe Mixon High School
Joe Mixon graduated from Freedom High School in 20 4. During his sophomore year, Mixon rushed or 1,134 yards, 171 carries, and 13 touchdowns his sophomore year. He rushed for 1,443 yards, 202 carries, and 21 touchdowns his junior year and 1,704 yards and 23 touchdowns on 226 carries his last year at Freedom.
He committed to the University of Oklahoma in January 2014; he chose the Sooner over offers from UCLA, the University of California at Berkeley, Wisconsin, and Alabama. He was selected USA Today High School All-American.
Joe Mixon College
Joe Mixon played for the Sooner at the University of Oklahoma from 2014 to 20 6. He decided to forgo his last year of college to enter the 2017 NFL draft.
In 2015, Joe Mixon rushed for 753 yards, seven touchdowns on 113 carries in 13 games. He rushed for 1274 yards the following season, ten touchdowns on 187 carries in 12 games. He won the Pete Dawkins Trophy in 2014 and was named into the Firs-Tea, All-Big 12 in 2016.
Joe Mixon 40 Time
Joe Mixon ran 4.43 in the 40-yard dash, 1.51 in the 10-yard split, 2.62 in the 20-yard split, 4.27-yard shuttle, 7.10 in the three-cone split. He did 21 reps in the bench press.
Joe Mixon NFL Career
- On April 28, 2017, the Cincinnati Bengals selected Joe Mixon in the second round (48th overall) in the 2017 NFL draft.
- He signed his rookie contract with the Bengals on June 2, 2017.
- He made his NFL debut against the Baltimore Ravens on September 10, 2017.
- On September 14, 2018, Joe Mixon struggled with an injury on his knee and underwent arthroscopic surgery.
- Joe Mixon signed a contract extension with the Bengals on September 1, 2020.
- On October 8, 2020, he suffered a leg shin bruise in Week 5 against the Ravens.
- On October 18, 2020, has a foot strain in Week 6 against the Colts.
- On November 21, 2020, Mixon suffered a foot injury on Week 6.
- On September 30, 2021, suffered a pedal ankle strain against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- On October 7, 2020, Mixon was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
- He was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week on December 1, 2021.
- He suffered an ankle injury in Week 15 against the Denver Broncos on December 19, 2021.
- In December 2021, Mixon was selected for his first Pro-Bowl game.
- On January 5, 2022, Joe Mixon tested positive for COVID-19.
Joe Mixon NFL Stats
Joe Mixon Net Worth
According to records online, as of 2022, Joe Mixon has a net worth estimated at $10 million.
Joe Mixon Contract & Salary
Joe Mixon’s current contract is worth $48 million; the four-year deal signed on September 1, 2020, included a signing bonus of $10 million, $10 million guaranteed an annual salary of $12 million.
- On June 2, 2017, Joe Mixon signed a four-year, $5.45 million contract with the Bengals; the deal included $2.81 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of $2.10 million.
Joe Mixon Parents
On July 24, 1996, Joe Mixon was born in Antioch, California; he is now of the children born to John Mixon and Alisa Mixon, now Alise Smi h. Joe has three sisters and two brothers.
Joe Mixon Father
Joe Mixon’s 54-year-old father was born John Wayne Mixon on January 1, 1968; he lives in Danville, California. Mr. Mixon is the general manager at UFC Fit and the owner of R_Evolutionary Fitne s. Before that, he worked at Crunch Fitness and Bally Fitness.
John Mixon is currently married to Lucia Mixon.
Joe Mixon Mother
Joe Mixon’s pretty mom, Alise Mixon married to Ruddie Smith since July 30, 2016, is now Alise Smi h. Alise Smith was born Alise Marie Grigsby on January 14, 1968.
Joe Mixon Siblings
As previously noted, Joe Mixon has three beautiful and amazing sisters, Tracie Chavon Mixon (b. February 14, 1987), Shalonda Lala Mixon (b. August 23, 1988), Shanice Mixon (b. September 23, 1992), and his brother John Mixon (March 30, 1991), is a real estate agent.
Joe Mixon Girlfriend
Joe Mixon doesn’t have a girlfriend at this time; he is not married and doesn’t have any children either. In 2017, Mixon was spotted with a beautiful blonde and Adam Pacman Jones at a Future concert at the Riverbend Music Cent r. Jones and Mixon have known each other for years.
As for the blonde, no mention of her name, and she was not seen with Mixon in public again.
Joe Mixon Amelia Molitor
Amelia Molitor (b. Amelia Rae Molitor on February 11, 1994) is a name that Joe Mixon probably doesn’t want to remember but that, unfortunately, we all remember. On July 25, 2014, Joe Mixon was a 20-year-old student at the University of Oklahoma when he punched Amelia Molitor in her face, breaking four bones.
The whole incident was caught on video and leaked before he walked out the restaurant’s door near the OU campus where the incident happened.
Mixon said the whole thing started after she told racial slur at him; witnesses said Ms. Molitor was belligerent and intoxicated; for her part, Amelia said Mixon made inappropriately advances at her and later insulted her friend.
Amelia said her memories of the night are hazy and scattered, adding that she had “her jaw wired shut, temporarily lived off a liquid diet and for six months had no feeling on the left side of her face.”
‘Kind of out of nowhere, I don’t remember if they were already standing there or they came out of nowhere, there were four gentlemen that just like were making cat calls at me, commenting on how I looked and it just kind of escalated from there,’ Molitor told police.
‘They were talking about Joe, I suppose. I didn’t know who he was. It’s kind of all over the place, because I can’t remember anything to now.’
‘Anyway, like, “It’s my boy’s birthday, what are you going to do for him?” Suggesting that I go home with him and making very specific suggestions about what I could do you know, to pleasure him. My first reaction was to laugh.’
She filed a lawsuit against him on July 22, 2016; OU suspended Mixon for the rest of that season. He entered an Alford plea to a misdemeanor assault charge, received a one-year deferred sentence, and was ordered to undergo counseling along with 100 hours of community service.
He released an apology to Amelia, her teammates, coaches, and the OU director on April 21, 2017; he added that at first, he wanted to apologize earlier, but he was advised not to.
‘I’m here to apologize to Miss Molitor,’ he said. ‘I apologize to Coach Stoops, I apologize to President (David) Boren, the AD (athletic director Joe Castiglione), my teammates. And most of all, my family. I let a lot of people down.’
‘I think when I have the opportunity to do that I’ll seize the moment and do whatever I can to be the person – the bigger person – and the man I should be,’ he said. I want to be that influence for young kids that are lost out there or in certain situations I was in.
‘Hopefully, I can teach them for the next time and how to react a certain way.’
They reached an agreement later on.
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