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Professional football player Dashon Goldson has sold a condominium at the Azurra building in Marina del Rey for $875,000. He bought the property four years ago for about $612,000, records show.

Leased out over the years in the $4,400-a-month range, the 1,431-square-foot unit has an open floor plan and walls of windows that bring in courtyard views. There are two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a living room and an updated kitchen.

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A pair of balconies extend the living space outside.

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The Marina del Rey condominium has two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in more than 1,400 square feet of space. (Realtor.com)
Shared amenities at the 19-story building include concierge and valet services, fitness facilities and a media lounge. A top-level “sky lounge” holds a communal swimming pool.

Panos Papadopoulos of Keller Williams Realty was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Papadopoulos also represented the buyer.

Goldson, a hard-hitting safety, was a two-time Pro Bowl selection and six-time NFL All-Pro in six seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. The 33-year-old appeared in four games for the Atlanta Falcons last year. He is now a free agent.

He is currently seeking $6.995 million for his acre-plus estate in Encino.

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The Packers can’t like how the Monday night game has started. A Falcons’ victory eliminates Green Bay from the playoff race, so the Packers have a strong rooting interest.

The Falcons, who went three-and-out on their first series, scored first. Matt Ryan completed a 6-yard touchdown pass to Justin Hardy, giving Atlanta a 7-0 lead with 6:54 remaining in the first quarter.

The Bucs, who are missing their two best defensive players with Lavonte David and Gerald McCoy inactive, had only 10 players on the field on the touchdown pass.

It was a nine-play, 62-yard drive for Atlanta.

Ryan has completed 6 of 8 passes for 65 yards with the touchdown. Julio Jones, who shredded the Bucs last month with 12 catches for 253 yards and two touchdowns, has one catch for 8 yards after two drives.

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One of the Falcons’ major offseason projects is paying dividends on defense.

The Falcons poorly covered tight ends last season and needed to improve. When not in zone coverage, the Falcons have turned to lanky and athletic linebacker De’Vondre Campbell to aid strong safety Keanu Neal in different coverage packages.

Campbell will have another challenge when the Falcons (6-4) play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-6) at 1 p.m. Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in an important NFC South contest.

The Bucs have started two tight ends in their past two games in Cameron Brate and emerging rookie O.J. Howard.

“Let’s face it, we didn’t cover tight ends very well last year,” said Campbell, who’s 6-foot-5 and 250 pounds. “ I took it upon myself to change that.”

In 2016, the Falcons’ opposition targeted the tight end 144 times. They had 87 completions for 998 yards and eight touchdowns, which ranked 25th, 24th and 26th in the league.

Through 10 games in 2017, the opposition has targeted tight ends 79 times. The opponents have 49 receptions for 505 yards and just two touchdowns, which ranks 21st, 16th and fourth in the league.

Campbell, who was a fourth-round pick out of Minnesota in 2016, has been part of the improvement.

“That’s a part of Dre that, in my opinion, has had a big tick (upward) this year in terms of his ability to guard tight ends man-to-man,” Falcons coach Dan Quinn said. “ He did it some last year, for sure, but his awareness, his ability to do that more has been a real factor.”

Campbell’s versatility — he also rushes the passer at times and blitzes from either the weakside or strongside spots — allows the Falcons to disguise their coverages of tight ends.

“When you play a guy like (Seattle’s Jimmy) Graham it’s not just one guy’s job where he’s going to play that for the (entire) day,” Quinn said. “You’d better have a couple guys who are up for the task who can do that. Fortunately for us, we’re in that world where we have at least two players that have that kind of size and length that are able to guard the bigger, longer receiving type players.”

Campbell played against players with a combined 14 trips to the Pro Bowl (Dallas’ Jason Witten 10, Graham four) in his past two games. He plans to be ready for the athletic Howard, who’s 6-5, 250, and the crafty Brate, who’s 6-5 235.

“It’s a challenge every week,” Cambpell said. “I think I’ve been prepared for it the past couple of weeks going against a couple of really good Hall of Famers, potentially. So, O.J. Howard is really good. He’s young and fast. He’s a physical specimen. Brate is really underrated. He doesn’t get a lot of credit. They both are good football players. It’s another good challenge.”

Most observers applauded the Bucs’ drafting of Howard, the former Alabama star, with the 19th pick in the NFL draft. But so far, his play has been underwhelming.

Howard has 17 catches for 279 yards and four touchdowns, including a 58-yarder. He had a big game against Buffalo, when he caught six passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns.

Howard caught three of four targets for 52 yards and a touchdown in the Bucs 30-20 win over the Dolphins last Sunday. He wasn’t targeted the previous week in a win over the N.J. Jets.

Brate, a four-year veteran from Harvard, is good at beating jams at the line of scrimmage. He had 405 yards and four touchdowns over the Bucs’ first seven games.

Brates had just one catch in each of the past two games.

The Bucs’ third tight end, Luke Stocker, also has a touchdown, but he was inactive last week against the Dolphins.

“Our first-round pick, O.J. Howard has definitely shown … he’s doing fine,” Bucs coach Dirk Koetter said. “He’s made some spectacular plays. He’s learning the difference between college football and pro football. Above average rookie progression, and he’s loaded with talent. He’s going to be a really good player.”

Buffalo’s Charles Clay had five catches for 112 yards against the Falcons in a 23-17 loss Oct. 1.

Graham has seven catches for 58 yards and a touchdown in the Falcons’ 34-31 win over Seattle. Witten had seven catches for 59 yards in the 27-7 win over Dallas.

Campbell said better technique and studying tight ends’ strengths and weaknesses has been key to the improvement.

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The Atlanta Falcons really did not need any more injuries to their secondary ahead of Sunday’s huge game against the Minnesota Vikings. In a perfect storm, Case Keenum (?) has been on fire with the help of Adam Thielen (???), and starting corner Desmond Trufant is expected out with a concussion caused by Keanu Neal (????). Brian Poole was expected to return, but was just downgraded to questionable just over 24 hours from kickoff.
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Historically, a late downgrade is very problematic. Poole has likely suffered a setback, and may not play. Or if he does play, there’s a good chance he will be limited with the back injury.

The Falcons passed on signing a corner this week, and it is probably too late in the week to bring anyone in and play them tomorrow. That leaves an unimpressive group for the showdown against Minnesota: Robert Alford, C.J. Goodwin, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, and probably Ricardo Allen.

Yikes.

We were already concerned about the lack of depth at corner, and now the team only has three pure corners ready to suit up. Their best chance at this point is elevating a corner from the practice squad.