Remmers (concussion) agreed to a contract with the Chiefs on Friday, Terez A. Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports.
Remmers started in all 73 games he's played in over the last five seasons, and he spent 2019 with the Giants. The 30-year-old is likely to work in a reserve/swing role for the Chiefs.
Remmers (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Remmers sustained the concussion during the Week 16 win over the Redskins and was unable to clear the concussion protocol for the season finale. Nick Gates is likely to fill in at right tackle for the Giants.
Remmers (concussion) was listed as unable to practice on Wednesday's estimation, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Remmers exited Sunday's win over Washington due to a head injury and it now appears he's under the concussion protocol. Nick Gates would presumably fill in for the veteran if Remmers is unable to play in this weekend's season finale against the Eagles.
Remmers is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Redskins due to a concussion, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
Remmers left the game in the second quarter and, as evidenced by this news, will now reside in the league's concussion protocol. Nick Gates took over in his absence at right tackle and is expected to remain in that role barring injury.
Remmers left Sunday's game against the Redskins and is being evaluated for a concussion, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.
Remmers was shaken up in the second quarter, and will need to be cleared by an independent neurologist before returning to the field. As long as the veteran is sidelined, Nick Gates is expected to take over as the team's starting right tackle.
Remmers (back) returned to practice on a full-time basis Wednesday.
Fresh off a bye week, Remmers was a full participant during Wednesday's practice and figures to be back in action Sunday when the Giants face the Bears at Soldier Field.
Remmers (back) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jets, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Remmers was officially listed as doubtful for Week 10, so his absence doesn't come as much of a surprise. Expect Eric Smith to take over as the Giants' top right tackle as long as Remmers is unable to go.
Remmers (back) is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's contest against the Jets, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Remmers wasn't able to practice in any capacity Thursday, and he appears to be trending toward missing his first game of the season. If Remmers is indeed unable to go, Eric Smith will likely start at right tackle versus the Jets. With Jon Halapio (hamstring) already ruled out for Week 10, the Giants could conceivably be down two starters along the offensive line.
Remmers (back) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
The Giants held a "jog-thru" practice, so it's difficult to conclude anything about his availability for Sunday's matchup against the Jets. Eric Smith is expected to start at right tackle if Remmers can't go. Thursday's practice should be more revealing about his status.
Remmers (back/illness) was a full participant at practice Friday and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Remmers was held out of Wednesday's practice due to the illness and back issues, but he's good to go for the season opener. The 30-year-old will slide into his starting role at right tackle for New York.
Remmers is dealing with a back injury and an illness Wednesday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.
The previous report that Remmers should be ready for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys still stands. With two issues ongoing, Nick Gates and Chad Slade remain on call in case of a setback.
Remmers sat out of Wednesday's practice with an undisclosed injury, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
While it's unclear what is bothering Remmers, Stapleton adds that he's still expected to play in Sunday's season opener versus the Cowboys. If Remmers suffers a setback, however, expect Nick Gates or Chad Slade to slot in at right tackle.
Remmers drew the start at right tackle and played 17 snaps in Friday's preseason game against the Bears.
Remmers finally seems over the back issue that lead to him having surgery in March and missing the team's offseason workouts. He'll head into the season as the Giants' starter.
Remmers missed the Giants' offseason workouts due to a back issue, Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com reports.
Remmers had minor back surgery in March, which led to a failed physical and his release from the Vikings. The 30-year-old figures to be the starting right tackle for New York after starting in 27 games for Minnesota.
Remmers (back) agreed to a contract with the Giants on Saturday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
The Giants' need for a semblance of a right tackle seemed to foreshadow this signing for some time. Remmers started 27 games for the Vikings over the last two seasons, though the move to right guard in 2018 allegedly didn't suit the tackle's interests. Remmers was released in March after failing his physical following minor back surgery but appears likely to be healthy in time for the start of the preseason.
Remmers is progressing in his recovery from back surgery and is likely to sign with a team sometime after next week's draft, according to his agent, Brett Tessler.
The Vikings cut Remmers last month with a failed physical designation, which came after he underwent minor back surgery earlier in the offseason. The 30-year-old started 27 games for the Vikings over the last two seasons.
Remmers (undisclosed) was cut under the failed physical designation, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
News broke early Monday that Remmers would be released, and an injury appears to be to blame. All in all, the Oregon State product's release will free up $4.5 million in cap space for Minnesota.
The Vikings released Remmers on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Remmers played well at right tackle during his first season with the Vikings in 2017 but struggled after moving to right guard in 2018. The 29-year-old's release carries a $1.8 million dead cap hit for Minnesota and frees up $4.5 million in cap space.
Remmers (back) is active Sunday against Miami.
Remmers claimed his status was never in jeopardy despite being limited in practice all week. He should slot in as the starting right guard.
Remmers is questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins with a back injury, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports.
Remmers was a limited practice participant this week, but he didn't seem overly concerned by the injury, according to Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune. The 29-year-old seems likely to be available Sunday, though Danny Isidora will should be ready to take over at right guard should he be unable to play.