OK. I have no idea who would be wondering what happened to him, but if you have been, here's your answer.
I just got finished watching my tape of last night's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He was in the episode, playing one of the defense lawyers.
Not too bad, he didn't stick out as being out of place, except for looking very familiar, and not being able to place a name to to face until the closing credits. I'll be kind and say he's bulked up a tad since his days as an announcer on RAW.
If the Goldberg segment is the most highest rated of the show, I'll be quite surprised since the match wasn't promoted beforehand. It's not like people had time to 'call their friends,' as JR likes to say, since the match was about 20 seconds long.