Veteran quarterback Drew Tate has been shopped around by the Calgary Stampeders, per CFL sources.
The 32-year-old signed a two-year contract extension last off-season, which means he has one left to go on the deal.
Tate made one start for the Stamps in 2016, completing 22-of-37 passes for 218 yards with two interceptions in a Week 19 loss to Montreal.
After spending two seasons on Saskatchewan’s practice roster, the Iowa product signed with Calgary in 2009 and he’s been there ever since – eight CFL campaigns. Over that time, Tate has started 14 games going 10-4 (.714 win percentage) in those outings. In total, he’s played 45 games connecting on 380 of 572 passes for 4,670 yards with 32 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
— Arash Madani (@ArashMadani) January 13, 2017