NFL Pro-Bowl Wide Receiver
Career Highlights: An 11-year NFL veteran, Golden Tate played for the New York Giants the past two seasons. Prior to the Giants, Tate was traded to Philadelphia in 2018 after four strong seasons in Detroit. With the Lions in 2017, Tate posted 1,003 receiving yards, five touchdowns and his fourth consecutive season with 90 or more receptions. Tate posted his best NFL season in 2014 when he was named a Pro Bowler after he caught 99 passes and gained more than 1,330 receiving yards, both of which were top 10 in the NFL. In 2016, Tate finished with 91 receptions for 1,077 yards and four touchdowns, and his 676 yards after the catch ranked first among NFL receivers. Drafted by Seattle in the 2010 NFL Draft, Tate won a Super Bowl ring with the Seahawks in 2013. In college, Tate starred at Notre Dame where he was recognized in 2009 as an unanimous All-American and the Fred Biltenikoff Award winner recognizing the top college wide receiver. Tate also excelled in baseball, being drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2007 and the San Francisco Giants in 2010.