In fact, Goldson is already being pursued by multiple teams on the eve of free agency.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, four teams are in play to sign the two-time Pro Bowler. The 49ers, Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Philadelphia Eagles are all in the running to sign Goldson with the Lions and Buccaneers likely the front-runners.
Goldson has made the Pro Bowl in consecutive seasons and been an enforcer in the 49ers’ secondary. He made 69 tackles with three interceptions and a forced fumble for San Francisco last season. With Ed Reed seemingly an option for the 49ers, Goldson could decide to head elsewhere to play next season.