Seahawks second-round pick Golden Tate has reportedly agreed to terms on a four-year contract. According to the National Football Post, Tate, the 60th overall pick, will sign a contract worth $3.261 million over four years with $1.471 guaranteed.
Tate also announced that an agreement has been made via twitter, writing: “Praise God!!! Terms and conditions have been reached for the seattle seahawks! Let’s play ball!”
The Seahawks hope that Tate, an All-American receiver at Notre Dame, will give the team a much-needed play maker on offense.
During the Seahawks offseason workouts, Tate has impressed observes on the field, but also got into a bit of trouble off of it. After a night out, Tate and a friend entered a closed Top Pot doughnut shop in his apartment building and helped themselves to some maple bars. The police were called, but Tate was let off with nothing more than a warning.