Giants begin cost-cutting process by releasing WR Golden Tate, LB David Mayo

NEW YORK — The Giants began their cost-cutting on Wednesday night by releasing two veterans: wide receiver Golden Tate and linebacker David Mayo, according to sources. Tate, 32, is gone two years into a four-year, $37.5 million contract that included $23 million fully guaranteed at signing in 2019. GM Dave Gettleman traded Odell Beckham Jr. and signed Tate in his place. It would be an understatement to say it didn’t work out. Tate served a four-game PED suspension to open his first Giants season. Then last fall he got benched for a game at Washington and demoted to Joe Judge’s scour team in pr…

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