Goldman posted a sack and three tackles in Chicago's Week 17 victory over Minnesota, and he wrapped up the season with 39 tackles and three sacks.
After picking up seven sacks in 21 games over his first two seasons with the Bears, he's only notched 4.5 over his last 21 games, and he hasn't made the IDP splash that many hoped for after he was selected in the second round of the 2015 NFL draft. However, his ability to help the Bears' run defense is a big part of the reason he's signed through 2022, but it's unlikely that he'll turn into a big fantasy factor in the near future.
Goldman is coming off a solid 2017 campaign with the Bears, where he posted a career-high 44 tackles but also had a career-low 1.5 sacks across 15 games. He was set to enter the final year of his rookie deal in 2018, but the nose tackle is now set to remain with the team through 2022.
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