The Detroit Lions will have their first practice of training camp this afternoon at 3:30 and receiver
Tate has been taken off the physically unable to perform list and will practice with his new teammates when they take the field today.
Tate has been dealing with a shoulder injury he suffered in the spring and it kept him out of June’s minicamp. He told reporters during that minicamp, however, that he fully expected to be ready for training camp. It appears he was right.
The Lions signed the versatile receiver to a five-year, $31 million contract this spring to be a playmaker opposite
Tate won a Super Bowl with Seattle last season after catching 64 passes for 898 yards and five touchdowns.