Found November 21, 2011 on Niner Insider:
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After he was ejected from Sunday's 23-7 win against the Cardinals for his altercation with Arizona wide receiver Early Doucet, Niners safety Dashon Goldson said he apologized to his teammates and coaches for his reaction. "It wasn't a smart thing," Goldson said. "It wasn't a smart decision on my...
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