NFL Media's Ian Rapoport reported earlier Thursday the Patriots and Steelers had shown interest.
Then again, if Tate just took the best financial offer, nobody should blame him. And the high-volume pass-catcher is now a member of Big Blue after inking a deal with the New York Giants.
No, Tate is not here to replace Beckham's production, but he's a quality wide receiver who loves the organization and will be a benefit to both the team and community.
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A person with knowledge of the deal said it's worth $88 million over four years and includes $50.125 million guaranteed. He threw well enough to add to the buzz that he might be worthy of going No. 1 overall in next month's draft.
Philadelphia acquired him at the trade deadline from Detroit, and he went on to catch 30 passes for 278 yards and a touchdown.
According to Adam Schefter, the Giants have locked up the ex-Lions slot receiver into a four-year, $37.5 million deal with $23 million guaranteed. He made at least 90 catches in the previous four seasons.
The New York Giants split their final eight games this past season after a 1-7 start.
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Tate really came into his own as a high-volume wideout during his days with the Detroit Lions.
When the regular season begins, Tate will be 31, seven years younger than his new team's starting quarterback.
The San Francisco 49ers were unwilling to include the No. 2 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft in a potential trade for superstar receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Even though the club has moved on from some key players, the addition of Tate would seem to indicate otherwise.
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