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Dashon Goldson’s reaction to the Williams signing

Aug 1, 2011 at 4:29 PM--


The signing of former Vikings safety Madieu Williams does not appear to have phased free agent and former San Francisco 49ers safety Dashon Goldson.

Goldson had the following to say in three different tweets:

To answer sum of the ?'S I'm not sure wht tht move by the 9ers was for, I guess to scare me....well it didn't work. Try again

I'm definitely keepin an open mind. Meanin I won't mind takin my talents else where to a place where I'm wanted

Whether thts san fran, dallas or whreva



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