Linebacker B.J. Goodson Signs With The Jets, Plays 7 Snaps, Decides To Retire

This isn’t quite Vontae Davis levels of hilarity, but it’s close.

On Sept. 14, the New York Jets announced the team had signed veteran linebacker B.J. Goodson to a deal worth a little $2 million.

Seven snaps into his tenure with the Jets, he was apparently over football.

According to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the veteran linebacker is retiring from the league.

Goodson was drafted by the Giants in the fourth-round of the 2016 NFL Draft coming of of Clemson, Goodson racked up 123 tackles in three years with the G-Men.

Goodson would go on to play in Green Bay and Cleveland before his very short finale back in New York with the Jets.