Remmers signed a one-year $3.5 million contract with the Chiefs on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Remmers became the Chiefs' starting right tackle last year after 2018 All-Pro Mitchell Schwartz aggravated a back injury Week 6 and was forced to sit out the remainder of the season. Remmers and the entire Kansas City offensive line were dominated by Tampa Bay's front in the Super Bowl, surrendering three sacks and an eye-popping 10 QB hits. The Chiefs may not be done surveying starting options just yet, but Remmers will be penciled in at right tackle for now.
Remmers (back) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Batting injuries for the past handful of weeks, Remmers practiced fully and is looking optimistic to return to his right-tackle duties for the AFC divisional-round game after missing Week 17's game.
Remmers (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.
This injury has lingered for a few weeks, and the Chiefs will exercise caution with a first-round bye in the playoffs locked up. Eric Fisher and Martinas Rankin will start at left and right tackle, respectively.
Remmers (back/neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Remmers appears to have put his injuries in the rear-view mirror after missing last week's win over the Saints. He's expected to start at right tackle Sunday against the Falcons.
The Chiefs have ruled Remmers (back) out for Sunday's game in New Orleans.
Looking ahead to the postseason could be influencing the Chiefs to take a cautious approach to Remmers' recovery, but his absence could be tough to overcome against the Saints' stout defensive front. Martinas Rankin will work to hold down the fort at right tackle.
Remmers (back/neck) is doubtful for Sunday's game versus the Saints.
The Chiefs are expected to play without their starting right tackle in Sunday's game against the Saints, who are tied for seventh in the league with 36 sacks. Martinas Rankin is slated to fill in for Remmers in Week 15.
Remmers (back) was labeled as questionable to return to Sunday's matchup against the Dolphins.
Kansas City proved capable of escaping South Beach with a 33-27 win, however, an injury to the veteran is a situation that merits monitoring heading into the postseason run. Mitchell Schwartz (back) has been on IR since Nov. 22, but he will reclaim his starting right tackle spot once healthy. Remmers may have soon been bumped from his RT duties even if not dealing with injury, but he nonetheless provides value given his ability to plug in at multiple spots along the line.
Remmers (ribs) is active for Sunday night's game against the Raiders, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.
Remmers was initially listed as questionable to suit up Sunday night, but it looks like he'll be available to start at right tackle in place of Mitchell Schwartz (back), who was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Remmers (ribs) is questionable to return to Sunday's matchup against the Panthers.
The nine-year NFL veteran has started three consecutive games for the defending Super Bowl champions, garnering a total of seven appearances in his debut campaign for Kansas City. Remmers had been forced into action at right tackle with Mitchell Schwartz (back) inactive, meaning the Chiefs will be down to a third-string option should the 31-year-old prove unable to return.
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.