It's the first we've heard of an NFL player hiring outside help -- in this case, Bobby Hosea of Train 'Em Up Academy -- to avoid fines. Goldson was docked a whopping $455,000 last season for a laundry list of illegal hits, including the largest non-suspension on-field fine in NFL history ($100,000) for a devastating collision with then-New Orleans Saints running back Darren Sproles.
"I said this can't be cool because every time I hit somebody I'm getting a fine," Goldson told Richardson. "At that point, I realized I have to figure something out."
"When a referee comes up to me and says, 'Be careful today,' what do you mean?" Goldson said. "You're going to call me out before the game even started. Am I brought up? Am I talked about?"
Whether or not a tackling guru can improve Goldson's form -- or his 15 missed tackles from 2013 -- remains to be seen. Either way, it's a cunning public relations move for a veteran who isn't in the mood to lose another cent.