Golden Tate injury: Seahawks WR returns after hurting foot

Christian Petersen

Golden Tate missed time with an injured foot, but returned in the second half against the Cardinals.

Update: Tate has returned in the second half and has not been limited by his foot injury.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate left Thursday night's game against the Arizona Cardinals with a foot injury.

Tate gained 25 yards following an impressive spin move that left cornerback Patrick Peterson on the ground. Tate attempted to walk off following the catch, but quickly sat down on the field pointing to the top of his foot. According to an update by Kent Somers, he is questionable to return.

The Seahawks haven't had much problem moving the ball through the air, gaining 183 yards with over eight minutes left in the third quarter. Tate was one of the team's most effective receivers, gaining 45 yards on three catches, mostly on short routes.

If he is unable to return, it will be on Jermaine Kearse to fill the void. He has one catch for 17 yards in the game Thursday night, catching seven passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns total in 2013.

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