New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate is questionable for Sunday’s critical game against the Dallas Cowboys with a calf injury. If Tate doesn’t play, that means we could already have seen the last of the 32-year-old as a Giant.
Tate signed a four-year, $37.5 million contract ($22.95 million guaranteed) before the 2019 season. His time with the Giants has been neither as quiet nor as productive as the Giants had hoped.
Tate missed four games last season due to a PED suspension. He missed a game this season when coach Joe Judge sidelined him due to his on-field antics. Tate missed last week’s game against the Baltimore Ravens due to his calf injury. Tate has 84 receptions in 30 games with the Giants.
Fullback Elijhaa Penny (illness) will miss his second straight game. Rookie linebacker Cam Brown (illness) is questionable.
Dallas will be without start linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, who has an ankle injury, and cornerback Rashard Robinson, who has a knee injury.