Goldson has been released by the Redskins, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. Goldson joins a number of former Redskins teammates in leaving the team this offseason, as the team looks to free up salary cap space. Despite the $8 million he was owed this coming season, Goldson is coming off a career-high 110 tackles to go with one interception this past season. With that sort of production, the 31-year-old should garner significant interest on the open market.
Goldson (shoulder/rib) is listed as active Sunday against the Packers. Although sore ribs forced limited showings in practice this week, Goldson will assume his typical spot at strong safety, from which he tallied 110 tackles (72 solo), two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, and a pick-six in 15 games this season.
Goldson (ribs/shoulder) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Packers, ESPN's John Keim reports. Goldson missed the Redskins' regular season finale against the Cowboys and still appears to be suffering from some soreness in his ribs, but could still make the start Sunday, depending on how he feels during warm-ups. If Goldson is unable to play, the Redskins will likely fill his spot with some combination of DeAngelo Hall and Jeron Johnson.
Goldson (shoulder/rib) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, the Washington Post reports. Goldson's regular-season campaign thus concludes with a fantasy-friendly 110 tackles in 15 games. He'll look to return to the field in Washington's playoff opener next weekend.
Goldson (shoulder/rib) didn't practice Thursday, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports. Over the last two months, Goldson has dealt with hamstring, knee, and wrist concerns, yet he's at least fit in some activity in drills on a weekly basis. With back-to-back no-shows to kick off Week 17 prep, though, he appears to be trending in the wrong direction with shoulder and rib injuries in tow. Expect some clarity surrounding his status upon the release of Friday's injury report.
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