Cleveland Browns defensive tackle solution No. 2
A change of scenery can be a beautiful thing in all realms of life, but certainly in professional sports. Eddie Goldman spent the past seven seasons with the Chicago Bears and when his trade request couldn’t be fulfilled, the team cut him in a cost-saving move.
Goldman only played in six of those seven seasons as he opted out of the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In his six seasons of playing time with the Bears, Goldman compiled 175 tackles (116 solo, 18 for loss), 21 QB hits, and 13 sacks.
He is not a game-changer by any means, but he is a serviceable veteran that can help the Browns defensive front. As time keeps on ticking, the market for Goldman hasn’t been much and this is the area in which Berry thrives; waiting for the market to play out.
The 6-foot-3, 325-pound former Florida State Seminole can surely help this unit out. And getting to play on the same defensive line as Myles Garrett and potentially Jadeveon Clowney could really ignite something in Goldman. He visited the Baltimore Ravens about a month ago but did not come away with a deal. Baltimore decided to bring back Calais Campbell, all but eliminating a possible signing of Goldman.