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Turron Davenport of Press Coverage Sports is back again with his take on Dashon Goldson and the 49ers re-signing him.The 49ers have hinted at not designating Dashon Goldson as their franchise player this off season. Goldson did receive the tag last year and if he were to get tagged this year his cap number would be in the neighborhood of $7.54 million. This does not necessarily mean that they do not want to bring Dashon back. It surely is not a good sign though. Letting Goldson go would be a very confusing decision.Dashon Goldson is the leader of the 49ers’ secondary. He makes the calls on the field. He is the one that the defensive backs gather around during pregame talks. Before they head out onto the field Dashon Goldson is the one that speaks. The physical mindset of the 49ers defense extends to the secondary thanks to the way Goldson and Donte Whitner play. They are known as the Lumber Company. However, Whitner’s contract is up after next season.The lack of depth especially aft...
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