Patriots, Steelers interested in signing Golden Tate


The Patriots are low on cap room, but they could turn their attention to another free-agent slot receiver, Golden Tate, who remains unsigned.

Golden Tate has agreed to a four-year, $37.5 million 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.

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Tate was the best receiver still available to sign in free agency. Furthermore, while the Giants needed a receiver, they did not need a slot receiver when their only decent receiver, Sterling Shepard, already operates primarily out of the slot.

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.

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

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The Lions discussed an extension with him a year ago but had numbers lower than he was looking for.

Tate caught 74 passes for 795 yards and 4 touchdowns in 15 games between the Lions and Eagles last season.

The Lions chose to find a more cost-effective slot receiver this offseason, signing Danny Amendola for a one-year deal worth at least $4.5 million.

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