Golden Tate says taunting Rams was immature

Regrets getting penalty. Aaron Wilson

Print This October 29, 2013, 02:04 PM EST

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It seems Seahawks receiver Golden Tate wishes he could take back taunting the Rams secondary after scoring one of his two touchdowns in Seattle's 14-9 win Monday night.

Afterward, Tate told NFL Network's Michelle Beisner that he regretted getting the penalty.

"That was immature of me. Hurt my team. I've gotta stay composed. ... Act like I've been there before," Tate said. "I gotta apologize to our special teams. I put them in an awkward situation, but more happy to get up and learn from it and move forward."

Tate finished the game with five catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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