Falcons' Dwight Lowery has eyes set on Golden Tate after 'cheap shot'
Golden Tate's big block on Dwight Lowery in Week 3 last season gave Lowery a concussion and ended his season. Since the NFL ruled that Lowery was defenseless, Tate was fined $21,000 for the block. Lowery hasn't forgotten.
“Don’t get me wrong: I’m not going to go out of control if I see him on the field and he has the ball," Lowery told The Detroit Free Press. "Then I’d mess around and miss a tackle. And I’m also not going to do anything where the ball is running the other way and I see him and I go after him. But if I have an opportunity and he’s trying to crack me and the ball is coming my way, we’ll just see what happens”
Tate, for his part, doesn't seem intimidated by Lowery.
"Hopefully it’s not a cheap shot that’s at my knees or my ankles or is after the whistle, but, hey, I’m all for it. Bring it on. Let’s go,” he told the Free Press.
Lowery signed for one year at $760,000 with the Falcons after being let go by the Jaguars.
- Dan Gartland