Goodwin’s lawyer, Lauryn Lauderdale, applied for an appeal bond, but was denied for now.
Goodwin has 43 days to appeal the decision, and Lauderdale also applied for probation.
Goodwin already had 21 days of jail credit before the verdict. He will also be required to pay a $500 attorney fee, court fees and possible reparations for the victims undergoing emotional therapy.
Goodwin's father, stepfather, sister, mother, girlfriend and the Rev. Allen Hollie all testified.
Goodwin was convicted of first-degree robbery on April 13. Goodwin was the first of four former players to go to trial.
Former players Mike McNeil, Shaun Kitchens and Dakota Mosley are also alleged of robbing a trailer home at gunpoint in March of 2011.
The former players allegedly intimidated the victims and made off with a safe and cell phones. Moseley is thought to have been driving the get-away vehicle.
Former Player Mike Dyer testified in April that Goodwin wanted him to participate in the robbery because he was in possession of a handgun, a .45-caliber Hi-Point, according to al.com
“They said they were going to hit a lick,” Dyer said at the stand in April, according to the Opelika-Auburn news.
Dyer said he refused to join in the robbery, but believes Goodwin took the handgun from his apartment.