The Tennessee Titans are someone Golden Tate may already be familiar with.
Similar to Casey Hayward, Golden Tate has a history with the city of Nashville. He’s from nearby Hendersonville, Tennessee and would probably welcome the idea of playing for his hometown Titans.
Tennessee should reciprocate that interest. After losing Corey Davis in free agency, the Titans have a gaping hole in the wide receiver room.
Yes, the team brought in Josh Reynolds from the Los Angeles Rams, but he’s traditionally been a solid third or fourth option, not a starter. Behind Brown and Reynolds, the team has absolutely nothing to write home about.
Golden Tate could come in and be a valuable veteran presence who could provide some stability, and while Tate may not be the Pro Bowl talent that he once was, he still collected 35 catches for 388 yards and two touchdowns in 2020.
Now, those aren’t great numbers but keep in mind he only started four games and dealt with mediocre quarterback play all season on a poorly-ranked offense. Tate and the aforementioned Reynolds are by no means stars, but they would form a capable duo behind stud wideout A.J. Brown.