Mason Foster Helped Sell Goldson

March 13th, 2013

The newest Buccaneer signed moments ago, All-Pro safety Dashon Goldson, said a fellow University of Washington football player helped sell him on coming to the Bucs for megabucks.

That would be Mason Foster.

“I pulled him aside a little bit,” Goldson said of Foster today. And Goldson described Foster as excited to be in Tampa Bay.

Goldson said numerous times that he believes his game a great fit with the Bucs’ scheme, and he was adamant that Mark Barron is a stud who he can mold and mentor.

24 Responses to “Mason Foster Helped Sell Goldson”

  1. Gusjackson Says:

    Thank you Nature Boy!

  2. You Go Joe Says:

    I believe it went like this:
    Foster ” Dude you can eff people up with our Scheme”
    Goldson “You mean people will actually pay me to eff people up and its part of the scheme!?!”
    Foster “Hell yeah!”

    Then again that’s what my football freak head speaks.

  3. Cecilia19 Says:

    its not about what you know, its about who you know…way to go mason

  4. TpaBayFlyFisher Says:

    This just shows that the Bucs know that Barron is slow and will never be more than servicable…………..hey but that is what the real scouts said about him before the Bucs drafted him high in the first round.

  5. Miracle Says:

    I love the Goldson signing but I believe its pretty obvious what his motivation for signing. $$$ . Its not a bad thing since he’s a hard and determined player no matter the paycheck but I doubt much persuasion had to be done after the contract was put on the table. ha

  6. Luther Says:

    As long as Adderall isn’t part of the mentoring, I’m all for it.

  7. BOb Says:

    “dreadrow” ??? like deathrow. nah! hhhhmmmmmmm

  8. Kurius Boy Says:

    That’s how you do it. Credit to Mason Foster!

  9. SilenceTheCritics Says:

    TpaBayFlyFisher Says:
    March 13th, 2013 at 4:30 pm
    This just shows that the Bucs know that Barron is slow and will never be more than servicable…………..hey but that is what the real scouts said about him before the Bucs drafted him high in the first round.

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    Do you practice your stupidity or does it just come natural?

  10. Snook Says:

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

  11. Northend Says:

    So does Trufant complete the Washington Trifecta???

  12. Jacko101 Says:

    I’m excited Thanks to everyone who made this possible Glazer family, Rock Star, Shiano, Joe and the fans lol.

  13. Sneedy16 Says:

    @TpaBayFlyFisher

    I would like to see facts for your statement. Your ignorant comment was not wanted or needed.

  14. Bobby Says:

    @TpaBayFlyFisher…..wow! Now THAT was a stupid comment. Welcome to the board! You’ll fit right in!

  15. TrueBlue Says:

    @Bobby…

    Lol. A plus to that comment.

  16. the_buc_realist Says:

    if you can’t draft’em then sign’em they say.

  17. Cmurda Says:

    @Bobby +5

  18. Paul Says:

    Stoked!

  19. TpaBayFlyFisher Says:

    Perhaps if you read the Blesto reports on him or actually watched film you wouldn’t buy what the news paper and radio “experts” say……..

  20. TpaBayFlyFisher Says:

    Ps been here before there was a here…….

  21. Dave Says:

    I always find the haters like you funny. You claim something during the draft, find a website to back you up (or make the claim after reading it), then when the player goes to your so-called favorite team you bash them for it regardless what you actually see with your eyes…. If you watch the games.
    Barron played very well when he played his position. He has all the tools of a pro-bowl safety. The only issue was the CBs were so bad he had to play man and deep zone on many elite WRs as a rookie learning a new scheme in which he is meant to play in the box more.
    It is just like the McCoy haters. They would rather have their so-called claim from the draft year come true than to actually have McCoy be a pro-bowler.
    It is sad really.

  22. Dave Says:

    TpaBayFlyFisher Says:
    March 13th, 2013 at 10:19 pm
    “Perhaps if you read the Blesto reports on him or actually watched film you wouldn’t buy what the news paper and radio “experts” say……..”

    As for those reports… it is simply a database of scouting information, much from the very teams drafting and much from teams using DIS-information. It was a way to save money years ago.
    Teams have mucho money now and their own databases and scouting departments. At one time it was, but the Blesto is no better or worse than many others out there now-a-days.
    Besides, even the Blesto predicts Barron to be a pro-bowl caliber player

  23. TpaBayFlyFisher Says:

    Sorry Dave, but you are wrong. He was ranked bottom half of the round because of his lack of speed. Some scouts called him a LB playing S. He graded very good in a handful of games last year and poor in several games. But hey, drink the cool aid all you want…..

  24. Pick6 Says:

    Yup, and Derrick Brooks was a safety playing LB, Aaron Rodgers is too laid back to play the part of an elite QB, and no WR deemed too slow or small has ever been successful. The scouts always get it right. And they also all agree with each other all the time. It’s like religions, believe what you want, there’s something out there that says you’re right, and more than likely nobody is exactly right in the end

 
 

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