Eddie Goldman expected to make a comeback with the Falcons, sources report

Falcons’ Defense Takes a Big Step with the Signing of Eddie Goldman

On Tuesday, the Falcons released defensive tackle Eddie Goldman from their reserve/left squad list. However, it appears that there will be a new transaction involving Goldman and the team very soon. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Goldman is expected to sign a new deal with the team.

Goldman first signed with the Falcons in July 2022 but retired shortly after. He then returned to the active roster in March before leaving the team again in July, without ever playing a game for the Falcons. His most recent playing time came in 14 games with the Bears during the 2021 season, as he opted out in 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns.

During his time with the Bears in 2021, Goldman recorded 22 tackles and a half-sack. Throughout his career, he has accumulated 175 tackles, 13 sacks, and two fumble recoveries. It will be interesting to see how he performs with the Falcons once he signs his new deal with the team.

Goldman’s move to sign a new deal with the Falcons is likely due to his impressive play on the field and his potential as a valuable member of the team’s defense. The Falcons have been looking for ways to strengthen their defense and adding Goldman could be a big step towards that goal.

The exact terms of Goldman’s new deal are not yet known but it is expected that he will sign a multi-year contract that will allow him to stay with the Falcons for several seasons.

It remains to be seen what impact Goldman will have on the Falcons defense but one thing is clear – his signing marks an important moment for both him and

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