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What has happened to WR Golden Tate in this Detroit Lions’ offense lately?

When wide receiver Golden Tate first came to the Detroit Lions back in 2014, he was a valuable free agency addition. Fresh off a Super Bowl title with the 2013 Seattle Seahawks, Tate was targeted 144 times, caught 99 balls for 1,331 yards, four touchdowns and 13.4 yards per reception. Yet in the two years […] The post What has happened to WR Golden Tate in this Detroit Lions’ offense lately? appeared first on EndZoneScore.
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