Former Eagles WR Golden Tate stays in the NFC East

Grading the Move Giants’ decision to sign Golden Tate makes little sense

Grading the Move Giants’ decision to sign Golden Tate makes little sense

Although his short stint in Philadelphia was a disappointment, Tate has routinely been one of fantasy's most dependable wide receivers, and especially so in contrast to a typically much lower ADP.

According to National Football League reporter Ian Rapoport, the Pittsburgh Steelers might not be done in free agency yet.

Free-agent wide receiver Golden Tate has agreed to a contract with the New York Giants, per his sports representation, CAA Sports. And the high-volume pass-catcher is now a member of Big Blue after inking a deal with the New York Giants.

In the aftermath of their decision to trade away superstar receiver Odell Beckham, the Giants have insisted that they have a plan without telling us what that plan is.

In five of the past six seasons, among all wide receivers with at least 50 targets, Tate has ranked top-four in yards after contact per reception.

When the regular season begins, Tate will be 31, seven years younger than his new team's starting quarterback. Tate, 30, got a lengthy deal for a player at his age, but the Giants needed to make the move despite it costing them a pretty penny.

Trading Beckham put the Giants in a likely rebuilding mode. I don't want to go to somewhere that's trying to rebuild....

How is Golden Tate feeling about getting paid?

Of course, it's one thing to say you were a fan of the team you just signed with; it's another to prove it.

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