Mike Remmers will visit Giants again

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Free agent Mike Remmers will visit the Giants again, General Manager Dave Gettleman said, via Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com.

Gettleman said the team wants to check on Remmers’ rehab.

Remmers had back surgery earlier in the offseason, which likely is the reason he remains a free agent.

The Vikings released Remmers in March, and he visited the Giants shortly after that. Giants coach Pat Shurmur was the Vikings offensive coordinator in 2017 when Remmers started 11 games.

Remmers has made 64 starts over the last five seasons and has experience at guard and tackle.

He also has spent time with the Broncos, Buccaneers, Chargers, Rams and Panthers.

6 responses to “Mike Remmers will visit Giants again

  1. Worth a shot to play RT but I’m curious as to the severity of his back surgery. Chad Wheeler isn’t the answer, so this would be welcomed competition unless another vet somehow becomes available.

  2. Mike is NOT the answer …. he is just an indication of how desperate you are …. Danial Jones with the 6th pick … you don’t suffer from insanity you enjoy it ….

  3. Don’t do it Giants not even for a back up. Remmers is done, he can’t handle D tackles, they just have to bull rush him and run right over him.

  4. Clemson’s OT Mitch Hyatt and Penn State’s OT Ryan Bates weren’t drafted and intriguing prospects especially Hyatt. Why the Giants didn’t try to get one of them as an Undrafed Free Agent is beyond me. Instead they signed with NFC East rivals the Cowboys and Eagles respectively. Hopefully Remmers is healthy because frankly we need him at Right Tackle.

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