Tate was quick to announce that he'd appeal the suspension and believes he has legitimate shot at winning his case and getting the four games repealed.
Tate also released a statement on Twitter that explained his view of the reasoning behind the PED suspension.
In detail, the 30-year-old wideout explained that back in April during the offseason, he took a prescription from a fertility doctor. He later found out that the drug had an ingredient that was on the banned substance list, so he immediately stopped using it and contacted the NFL and the Giants.
That didn't end up mattering, as he was still popped by the league.
We've seen players make this case before and it didn't reduce or eliminate a suspension. Maybe it'll be different this time around, but I wouldn't hold my breath with the NFL.