Any team looking for consistent production and a downfield threat should make sure they have Tate's number on speed dial when free agency begins.
Tate caught 90 or more passes in four of his past five seasons, but he's also gone for 1,000 yards or more in three of those five seasons. Although spending 2018 with two different franchises, Detroit and Philadelphia, Tate produced 74 catches, totaling 795 yards with four touchdowns.
In Tate’s most recent game, the Eagles playoff matchup against Chicago, the 5-foot-10 receiver caught five passes for 46 yards, which included the game-winning touchdown with under one minute left to play. Tate turns 31 on Aug. 2nd.