With the exception of the 2014 season, in which he appeared in all 16 of the Falcons’ games and started ten, Goodman didn’t see much action during his four-year career. In 2016, Goodman appeared in one game for the Seahawks before circling back to Atlanta. The Falcons cut him in December, so he didn’t get to join the team for its run to the Super Bowl.
The Jaguars project to start a strong defensive line this year with ends Dante Fowler and Calais Campbell plus defensive tackles. Malik Jackson and Abry Jones. Goodman, for now, will join defensive ends Yannick Ngakoue, Jonathan Woodard, and Chris Smith plus tackles Stefan Charles, Mike Bennett, and Sheldon Day on the bench.
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