Buccaneers Have Agreement in Principle with Goldson

By: Justin Pawlowski

Actions speak louder than words.

The Buccaneers have stated publicly that they’d like Ronde Barber to return in 2013, but he will not be returning as a safety.

According to former Buccaneer Booger McFarland, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have an agreement in principle with safety Dashon Goldson formerly of the San Francisco 49ers.

Known as a big hitter in the secondary, Goldson has been a pro bowler the past two years and a first team All Pro in 2012.

Terms of the deal are not yet known.

Goldson, 28, will team with Mark Barron to form a fearsome duo at safety for years to come.

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