Chiefs agree to one-year deal with Mike Remmers

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The Chiefs have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Mike Remmers.

It takes away the sting of losing Stefen Wisniewski to the Steelers on Thursday. Wisniewski spent last season in Kansas City and started two games in the regular season and all three games in the postseason.

He started at right tackle for the Giants last season after playing right guard for the Vikings in 2018.

Remmers, who turns 31 next month, has 78 starts in his eight seasons.

He has played games for the Bucs, Chargers, Panthers, Rams, Vikings and Giants.

4 responses to “Chiefs agree to one-year deal with Mike Remmers

  1. Guess he’s replacing Erving, our 3rd Tackle. Fischer isn’t great but a top 10 LT tackle in the league. Schwartz is arguably the best RT in the league.

  2. Re petedutcher
    remmmers signed with tampa bay sept 11,2012
    san diego signed him off their practice squad in 2013.
    #factcheck

  3. Remmers was never on the active roster for the Bucs or Rams. He was on both teams practice squads.

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