Ravens' LJ Fort Earned Playoff Bonuses From 2 Different Teams So He Basically Wins the NFL Season

Baltimore Ravens' LJ Fort bobbles a ball against the Cleveland Browns.
Baltimore Ravens' LJ Fort bobbles a ball against the Cleveland Browns. | Kirk Irwin/Getty Images

Baltimore Ravens linebacker LJ Fort has achieved the kind of special status that should make us all jealous.

After starting the season with the Philadelphia Eagles before getting released and signing with the Super Bowl favorite Baltimore Ravens, Fort's combined service this season entitles him to playoff bonuses from both teams.

Although he accumulated virtually no statistics besides games played for the Eagles, his four games for Philly were enough to give him half of the normal player bonus for the team's NFC Wild Card apparance.

After signing with the Ravens, Fort, played much better, gathering 12 solo tackles and four for loss, earning a two-year contract extension that goes through 2021. Not only that, but he's playing for the top team in the NFL and has a chance to win a Super Bowl ring -- and all the playoff bonus money that would come with it.

If the Ravens win the Super Bowl, LJ Fort should buy himself a lottery ticket. He's got the hottest of hot hands right now.