The Eagles got the ball rolling in terms of wide receivers in free agency by re-signing Riley Cooper, but there’s still a deep group of players at the position heading for March 11 without certainty about where they’ll play next season. One such player is Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate, who is set to become a free agent and remains unsure if he has a future in Seattle. On Thursday, he offered no insight into the status of contract talks or if there were even any contract talks to update while saying he’s still hopefully that he’ll stay a Seahawk. “I did the tough part, and that’s performing on the field,” Tate said, via the Seattle Times. “And hopefully, I can call Seattle home for a few more years. But we’ll see.
Golden Tate: “Only time will tell” if I return
Pro Football Talk | Feb 28