Golden Tate can expect to celebrate a lot in 2013.
Entering the final season of a four-year contract worth $3.2 million, talented wide receiver Golden Tate wants to remain a Seattle Seahawk “for a long time.”
Taken out of Notre Dame with the 60th pick in the 2010 draft, the 24-year-old Tate has caught 101 balls for 1,297 yards and 10 touchdowns in 42 games as a Seahawk.
With head coach Pete Carroll determined to design more plays for the former Irishman, the 5-foot-10, 202 pound Tate believes Seattle is poised to become “really special.”
Powered by standout quarterback Russell Wilson and a stifling defense, Seattle went 11-5 and defeated the host Washington Redskins 24-14 in a January playoff showdown.
Alongside dynamic playmakers Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin and Marshawn Lynch, Tate and the Seahawks will again shine in the “Rain City” this autumn.
After emerging as a legit star, the Seahawks will have to spend a lot of money to keep Golden Tate in Seattle “for a long time.”