WR - FA
Week 4 Outlook
The Arizona Cardinals are releasing veteran WR Auden Tate to make room for their recent signing of WR Brandon Smith.
Tate spent four seasons with the Bengals to begin his career where he played in 35 games, started 12 and had 799 receiving yards, including a 575-yard season in 2019. After he hit free agency in the 2022 offseason, Tate hasn't seen the field yet. Tate was cut in Atlanta, joined Philadelphia's practice squad and signed with Arizona in January. Now, Tate can look for a new home that could potentially get him on an active roster.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed WR Auden Tate to their practice squad Wednesday.
Tate spent the offseason and training camp with the Atlanta Falcons, but was released in late August. The former seventh-round pick only appeared in three games last year, tallying 39 yards and one touchdown on three receptions.
Auden Tate was released by the Falcons Tuesday.
Tate signed a one year deal with the Falcons in late March. Tate registered just three receptions in seven games with the Bengals in 2021, but had a solid season as a depth WR in 2019. The 25-year-old will likely get another opportunity to make a roster but is unlikely to be a fantasy option in 2022.
According to Mike Garafolo, WR Auden Tate has signed with the Atlanta Falcons.
Tate, who has served as the WR4 on the loaded Bengals team over the past several seasons, has decided to take his talents to Atlanta. With a receiving core of Olamide Zaccheaus, Frank Darby, and KhaDarel Hodge, Tate could volt into fantasy relevance from the jump. With both Calvin Ridley and Russell Gage gone for the 2022 season, Tate could post WR3 type numbers.
Per Field Yates, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Auden Tate will not be active for the Super Bowl.
The fourth year wide receiver will miss his 14th straight game after suffering a calf injury against the Baltimore Ravens in week seven. Today was the final day in the practice period for Tate to return from the injured reserve. The former seventh-round pick has struggled with production and availability throughout his short career, only playing in 35 games across four seasons. CJ Uzomah is another Bengal pass-catcher to watch leading up to Super Bowl LVI.