Tate is expected to see more targets from veteran quarterback Eli Manning this season, with Beckham now playing for the Cleveland Browns. He is also excited to move on, as he struggled to learn the Eagles' system, but still made it work as best he could. The 30-year-old plays mostly in the slot at this stage of his career, and was not expected to get much money with the Eagles expected to pay fellow wide receiver, Nelson Agholor.
The former Seattle Seahawk finished with 74 catches for 795 yards and four touchdowns over 15 games in total last season. The former second-round draft pick had his best numbers during his four seasons with Detroit, as he recorded 90 or more catches in each of those years. He surpassed 1,000 yards three times in that time span, but making the playoffs twice while wearing Honolulu blue and silver. In his nine years at the NFL level, Tate has 611 catches for 7,214 receiving yards, and 38 touchdowns, and still adds an exciting element to any offense.