Goldman posted a career high with the 44 tackles, but despite playing 608 snaps -- more than 90 more than he's played in either of his first two years with the Bears -- his 1.5 sacks represented the lowest total of his career. He'll enter the fourth and final year of his rookie deal, but he hasn't done enough to be considered a reliable fantasy option at this point of his career.
Goldman (hip) is listed as active for Saturday's game versus the Lions.
Goldman will return from a one-game absence for Saturday's divisional matchup. Look for him to resume his usual role at nose tackle assuming he avoids any setbacks.
Goldman (hip) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Goldman's absence likely leaves John Jenkins in line to pick up the start at nose tackle in Week 14.
Goldman posted three tackles along with a sack in Sunday's 29-7 defeat to the Buccaneers.
Despite the game being a blowout loss, Jameis Winston still dropped back 30 times to pass, and Goldman was able to record his first sack of the season. Although he struggled to stay healthy during the first two years of his career, should he be able to stay on the field, he has upside as an IDP option as an interior lineman.
Goldman (concussion) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report and is expected to play Sunday against the Falcons.
Goldman battled an ankle injury for a good chunk of last season, and it stunted what could've been a breakout season. He posted 18 tackles and 2.5 sacks over six games in 2016, so it's exciting to think what he can do with a full season of work. Keep an eye on this one.
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