The Detroit Lions have taken wide receiver Golden Tate off the physically unable to perform list. Tate had been dealing with a shoulder injury.
Tate was placed on the list last week due to a shoulder injury he suffered during the spring, which kept him out of the Lions' June minicamp.
Entering his fifth year in the NFL, Tate signed a five-year, $31 million contract with Detroit this offseason after beginning his career with the Seattle Seahawks. He had a career-high 898 receiving yards last season, helping the Seahawks win the Super Bowl.
The Lions are holding their first practice of training camp on Monday afternoon.
- Ben Estes