Lions WR Golden Tate Giving Back To The Detroit Community (Photo)

Lance Martinez of My Detroit Sports provides this original photo of Lions wide receiver Golden Tate, along with his wife Elise, during the family’s “Stars and Strikes” charity bowling event. The gala took place at Lucky Strike in the Detroit suburb of Novi, Michigan.

Several other members of the Lions were in attendance, that evening, including tight end Eric Ebron, receiver Marvin Jones and quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Tate, who was originally drafted by the Seahawks in 2010, is now in his eighth NFL season and has put together a nice career. In 111 total games, Tate has amassed 474 catches and 30 TD.

The Tennessee native earned a ring while playing for Seattle, during the 2013 season.

The following offseason, the Notre Dame alum signed a five-year/$31 million deal with the Lions. Tate would go on to earn his very first Pro Bowl selection, at the conclusion of that campaign.

Thus far in 2017, the 29-year-old has grabbed 29 balls, amid scoring 1 TD.