Golden Tate has no interest in rehashing whatever issues he and Percy Harvin had during their short time as teammates in Seattle.

Harvin has been making the rounds, telling anyone who will listen that he believes Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin were jealous of him after his trade to the Seahawks.

Tate responded to those comments on Monday, calling Harvin’s comments “unfair” and not “totally true” while jabbing Harvin’s inability to find lasting success with any of his teams.

“There was never any jealousy on my end,” Tate said, via the Detroit Free Press. “I was excited to get him on the field with us. Like I said, his role in Seattle and my role were different so there was no need for me to be jealous. I wanted to win a Super Bowl that year and that’s all I wanted, that’s all I cared about. I think it was just a misunderstanding between him and I and I know it didn’t work out with the Vikings, the Seahawks or the Jets, so I hope the best for him out there in Buffalo. I think it’s a great fit for him and I want to see him ball out.”

Tate said he last saw Harvin at Seattle’s White House visit after winning the Super Bowl and he said they hung out that night.

By Glenn Erby

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