Veteran wide receiver Golden Tate is not going very far, as he will stay in the division and join the Giants on a surprising deal worth $37.5 million over four years.More news: Huawei Watch GT with 2-Week Battery Life Launched in India
The video went viral, prompting Tate to reach out to Dwayne Johnson on Twitter for advice on his next career move. "He has three 1,000-yard seasons on his resume and made one Pro Bowl, in 2014, when he had 99 catches for 1,331 yards and four touchdowns for the Lions".More news: Bangladesh cricket team escape shooting at Christchurch mosque
Will swapping out Beckham for Tate do anything to roll back Eli Manning's clock and make the Giants' offense potent for the first time in years?
No, the Giants look like they will be a really, really bad team again in 2019 and will continue to struggle to even sniff at the postseason until they can settle on a young, high upside corp to build around. The addition of Tate would also minimize the need to draft a wide receiver early and take some of the pressure off of James Washington early in the season. "I think they are going to draft a quarterback".More news: Where to find Pi Day deals around San Diego
For months, the vast majority of 2019 National Football League mock drafts have had the New York Giants selecting Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins in the first round. I don't want to go to somewhere that's trying to rebuild....
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