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Golden Tate Agrees To Four-Year, $37.5M Deal With Giants

15 March 2019

Tate will join either the New England Patriots or Pittsburgh Steelers in free agency, per a report.

Even prior to trading Odell Beckham the Cleveland Browns, the New York Giants had begun to sniff around several wide receivers. He's cashing in on $23 million guaranteed in the process.

So the unenviable job of replacing the best receiver in the National Football League goes to. It's a curious roster fit given that the Giants already have Sterling Shepard in the slot and lots of short-range receivers such as Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram. That was before receivers started raising the bar for contracts.

Tate caught 90-plus passes in four straight seasons for the Lions and earned a Pro Bowl nod in 2014.

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Giants general manager Dave Gettleman made a mistake throwing money around last offseason and most of his few free-agent signings, especially running back Jonathan Stewart and offensive guard Patrick Omameh, made little or no impact on the team.

The Lions discussed an extension with him a year ago but had numbers lower than he was looking for. He acknowledged that he was underpaid and wanted to do something about it.

Tate is coming off a poor campaign in which he was dealt from Detroit to Philadelphia midway through the season. His best season came in 2016 with the Patriots when he recorded 38 receptions for 680 yards and four touchdowns, adding an additional 17 receptions for 332 yards and two touchdowns in the playoffs. It's a position they could still look to address in the draft.

Golden Tate Agrees To Four-Year, $37.5M Deal With Giants