OT Mike Remmers signs with Kansas City Chiefs

Offensive deal with Mike Remmers is leaving the New York Giants just after a single season to sign up for the defending globe champions.

The New York Giants will not have Mike Remmers on their offensive line in 2020. For each agent Brett Tessler, the thirty-12 months-aged deal with officially signed with the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs this 7 days. The deal will be a a single-12 months deal with virtually all confirmed funds.

Remmers joined the Giants on a a single-12 months deal prior to the 2019 season. In his lone campaign with Massive Blue, he performed in 14 video games (all starts off) at the ideal deal with placement.

He now joins a Chiefs crew new off their 1st Tremendous Bowl title in fifty a long time. Kansas Metropolis will be seeking to grow to be the 1st crew to repeat as champions since the New England Patriots hoisted the Lombardi Trophy in each the 2003 and 2004 seasons.

A return to New York was not likely for Remmers moving into this offseason. It fundamentally was established in stone when the Giants agreed to phrases with previous Patriots and Cowboys offensive deal with Cameron Fleming earlier this 7 days.

Remmers went undrafted out of Oregon Point out in 2012. Following training camp stints with various teams, he caught on with the Carolina Panthers in 2014. He used a few seasons there right before signing a 5-12 months, $thirty million deal with the Minnesota Vikings in 2017. Minnesota released Remmers just after a lackluster pair of seasons.

While Fleming can take Remmers’ spot on the roster, it’s no assurance he’ll start out.

With the addition of middle linebacker Blake Martinez, the Giants will most likely acquire a ideal deal with with their 1st-round select in the 2020 NFL Draft. The participant they choose will most likely contend with and beat out Fleming for the starting off position ideal away.

Consequently, getting rid of Remmers is not a huge reduction for a Giants crew seeking to place with each other a more dependable and consistent offensive line for each Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley.