New York Giants Ink Veteran Wide Out Golden Tate to a Four-Year Deal

He’s not the playmaker that Odell Beckham Jr. is, but for the Giants, they needed someone to fill the void, and are hopeful that Golden Tate can fill the void.

Thursday Adam Schefter reported that Tate and the Giants agreed to a four-year deal, worth a reported $37.5 million that includes $23 million fully guaranteed.

Tate, who will be a big play in fantasy football next season, which you can play with a promo from Fanduel, brings a Super Bowl title with him to the Giants, winning a championship in 2014 with the Seattle Seahawks.

That season was his best, as he pulled in 92 catches for 1,003 yards and five touchdowns.

Last year he started the season with the Detroit Lions, then was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, who made it to the NFC Divisional round before losing in New Orleans to the Saints.

With the Lions and Eagles in 2018 Tate had 74 grabs total for 795 yards and four touchdowns.

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