In June, Goodwin was sentenced to 15 years in prison after being found guilty of first-degree robbery. The armed robbery took place March 2011.
Goodwin’s lawyer, Lauryn Lauderdale, applied for probation after his conviction. She also applied for an appeal bond but was denied at the time.
Mosley is accused of also having a role in a trailer home robbery in March 2011. His trial was delayed in April to allow his lawyers more time to build their defense, but it is set to start in October.
However, the court will meet Sept. 28 to decide whether the motion presented by the defense to suppress physical evidence against Mosley that was gathered at the scene can be used in court.
Both Goodwin and Mosley’s lawyers said the use of “spice,” a synthetic marijuana, influenced their clients prior to the robbery.
Michael McNeil and Shaun Kitchens, two other former Auburn football players, are awaiting trial for their alleged roles in the March 2011 armed robbery.