Patriots, Steelers interested in signing Golden Tate

Aubrey Yates
March 15, 2019

Although we're barely a full day into the 2019 NFL league year, the free agent signing period, for all intents and purposes, has been going strong since Monday.

Tate is leaving the Eagles and signing with the Giants, according to Create Artists Agency.

Sources confirmed that New England's offer was for roughly $30 million over four years, which is in the ballpark of the Titans' four-year, $36 million deal.

Golden Tate of the Detroit Lions makes a catch over Jonathan Jones of the New England Patriots during the first quarter at Ford Field.

The Giants did not want to give $11.1 million to Collins on the franchise tag and he got $15 million per year for three years from the Redskins.

Trading Beckham put the Giants in a likely rebuilding mode.

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Before his brief stint in Philly, Tate spent four seasons with the Seattle Seahawks and five years with the Lions.

The plan has yet to be revealed, but on Thursday, the Giants did manage to sign one of the best remaining free agents who also happens to play receiver.

Tate is coming off a poor campaign in which he was dealt from Detroit to Philadelphia midway through the season.

He's a good player and he deserves to be paid like one, but the signing is still confusing.

Both Tate and Shepard have experience on the outside but will be playing outside of their strengths.

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