It was a puzzling move, as the Odell Beckham Jr. and Olivier Vernon trades made it appear as if the Giants were headed toward a full rebuild. Although his short stint in Philadelphia was a disappointment, Tate has routinely been one of fantasy's most dependable wide receivers, and especially so in contrast to a typically much lower ADP.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Tate's deal is for four years and is worth a total of $37.5 million with 23 million of the amount being fully guaranteed.More news: Jazz owner Gail Miller addresses Russell Westbrook incident
Apparently, in Dave Gettleman's eyes, the answer to that question is a resounding yes. I highly doubt it.
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.
Why not outbid the Indianapolis Colts to lock up Devin Funchess on a one-year deal, for, say, $14 million? 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. Hopefully, he'll still be able to in the coming years for the Giants.More news: Google’s foldable patent hints at a compact clamshell phone
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