The defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs have added their second former New York Giant in as many deal, agreeing to a deal with offensive lineman Mike Remmers. The deal was announced by Remmers’ agent.
Mike Remmers has officially agreed to terms with the Kansas City Chiefs on a 1-year (mostly guaranteed) contract that insures he'll be a part of the defending Super Bowl champs this season.— Brett Tessler (@TesslerSports) March 21, 2020
On Friday the Chiefs signed reserve cornerback and special teamer Antonio Hamilton.
Remmers started at right tackle for the Giants in 2019, playing on a one-year deal. The Giants, looking for an upgrade, let him go in free agency. The Giants signed veteran swing tackle Cameron Fleming, but also figure to add a tackle in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft.
Remmers’ role with the Chiefs isn’t clear. He has played everywhere on the line except center, though, and could simply be veteran depth for a team that expects to contend for a second straight Super Bowl title.
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