Philadelphia Eagles should reach out about trading for Golden Tate

Hope Soto
October 31, 2018

The Eagles have traded a 2019 third-round pick for Lions wide receiver Golden Tate, the team announced Tuesday.

Eagles personnel boss Howie Roseman was scheduled to speak to reporters after the NFL's trade deadline later in the afternoon. Unfortunately for the them, Tuesday's deadline landed just before a critical back-to-back stretch at Minnesota and Chicago that, in all likelihood, will determine how the.

Golden Tate is heading to Philadelphia.

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Tate, 30, has caught 44 passes for 517 yards and three touchdowns so far this season. I'll love ya forever. According to ESPN, he has had 90 receptions in each of his four seasons with the Lions and was a 1,000-yard receiver in three of those years. Tate spent his first four seasons with Seattle, helping the Seahawks win the Super Bowl his last season.

As the National Football League trade deadline closes in, the Philadelphia Eagles have swung a deal to bolster their receiving corps.

The defending Super Bowl champions Eagles are 4-4 and have a bye this week.

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