Goldman’s absence from organized team activities and mandatory mini-camp this spring coupled with his decision to opt out of the 2020 season last year because of personal health-related concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic raised questions as to whether the 27-year-old was still fully committed to continuing his career. But those questions should be answered definitively next week when camp begins in Lake Forest.
The Bears’ official reporting date is Tuesday at Halas Hall and the team’s first practice is scheduled for the following afternoon. Goldman plans to be in attendance and ready to go, according to sources.
Bears nose tackle Eddie Goldman plans to report to training camp on time next week and is eager to get back on the practice field, @danwiederer reports.https://t.co/ZOnqxkXLZV
— Chicago Tribune Sports (@ChicagoSports) July 21, 2021
Eddie Goldman is expected to report to Bears training camp on time next week. “Hopefully for Eddie it’s like riding a bike.” https://t.co/MmGCOZwpZk
— Dan Wiederer (@danwiederer) July 21, 2021