League executive Merton Hanks reviewed the play, a helmet-to-helmet hit on Brown that Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has called "illegal." Hanks' review determined otherwise, although Goldson was penalized on the play.
On the day his ban was rescinded, Goldson said he'd try to play smarter.
"I know there are going to be a lot of eyes on me from now on. And that's OK. I just have to be smart," Goldson said. "I'm not trying to hurt my team, and I'm definitely not trying to hurt myself with the way I play."
Arians said he doesn't think anything has changed with Goldson's play.
"Obviously, the money doesn't affect him," he said Monday. "There could've been three [penalties on Goldson] in that game."
Since 2009, Goldson has been flagged for a league-high 16 personal fouls.
The Buccaneers (0-4) are on a bye week.
ESPN.com Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss contributed to this report.