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WR Tate Says “Sorry” About Spouting Off About Not Getting the Ball

Wide out Golden Tate is on the apology tour today, this after putting up “unacceptable” behavior during a game a week ago Monday against the Buccaneers.

Tate yelled the phrase “Throw me the ball!” during the loss to Tampa Bay, and for his actions the veteran was benched for last week’s game against the Washington Football Team.

Friday he took center stage to answer questions about the incident, and seemed remorseful about his actions.

“If you know me, if you know my game, I play with a lot of emotion. A lot of passion,” Tate said. “I just got caught up in the moment,” Tate said via ESPN.

“I was wrong to draw attention to myself. I take full responsibility for that. I handled it the wrong way and, again, brought negative attention to our organization. It was something that won’t happen again.”

The 32-year-old inked a big four-year deal this past offseason with New York worth a reported $37 million.

This season has been a struggle like it has been for most of the Giants, as Tate has pulled in just 22 passes for 226 yards with two touchdowns.

“I was definitely disappointed, but there are consequences for your actions,” Tate said.

“My actions were unacceptable and I apologized to the team, GM, the coaches, the offense and I’m excited to move forward.”

The Giants will take on the rival Eagles this Sunday.


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