"My intentions are never to go out here and hurt nobody," Goldson said. ... "I'm not trying to hurt my team, and I'm definitely not trying to hurt myself or another player."
Goldson would have missed out on a $264,705 game check if the suspension was upheld, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
As a result of Goldson's two fines, totaling $130,000, the league is expected to fine the Bucs at least $50,000 for violating the NFL's club remittance policy, according to Rapoport. The policy allows the league to levy a $50,000 fine once a team reaches $105,000 in total fines during any given season.