A former track-and-field star who represented the United States in the 2012 Summer Olympics, Goodwin moved to the NFL in 2013 when he signed a four-year contract with the Buffalo Bills. He has shown off his speed during games but has had problems staying on the field due to injuries.
The 2017 season is the only time that Goodwin has appeared in all 16 games. It was also his best year in the NFL, as he led the 49ers with 962 receiving yards on 56 receptions.
During San Francisco's run to the Super Bowl in 2019, he was limited to 11 games before landing on injured reserve in December.
Even though durability hasn't been a strength for Goodwin, he can be an impact player in a limited role. His speed allows him to get open deep down the field, especially if he plays with the right quarterback in a system that will give him time to make plays.