Mike Remmers is likely to hit the market

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Teams have 12 days left for exclusive negotiation with impending free agents. For the Giants and offensive lineman Mike Remmers, it doesn’t matter.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Remmers likely will be heading to the open market, because it’s unlikely he’ll be re-signing with the Giants before free agency begins.

Remmers, who turns 31 next month, started 14 games for the Giants in 2019. He signed in New York after being released by the Vikings, where he started 29 games in two seasons. And with former Vikings offensive coordinator and Giants coach Pat Shurmur now running the Denver offense, it’s entirely possible that the Broncos will reunite Shumur and Remmers for a third run.

That’s where Remmers began his career, in 2012 as an undrafted free agent. The Broncos cut him late in the preseason. He became a full-time starter for the Panthers in 2015, starting the Super Bowl 50 loss. To the Broncos.

5 responses to “Mike Remmers is likely to hit the market

  1. With Pat Shurmur having seen so much of Remmers the last three years, I’d think Denver would be the least likely place for him to sign.

  2. at this point in his career he wont get a second season with any team he plays for going forward…

  3. This Bronco fan doesn’t know much about the offensive linemen around the league, but this sounds like a nice fit for a team that could use some depth, especially if Garret Bowles continues to be a penalty machine, Adding a guy like this via free agency could allow Denver to take a lower round lineman with a lot of upside from the latter rounds of the draft and that cheaper investment could replace Mr. Remmers in a coupe years.

  4. To anyone hopeful that their team signs Remmers to shore up the trenches:

    The Giants (given their o-line struggles) allowing this guy to walk should tell you all you need to know.

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