Chiefs bump former Beaver Mike Remmers to full participation in Super Bowl


The 55th Super Bowl in NFL history featuring the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kanas City Chiefs is set and ready to kick off on February 7.

The NFL gives teams two weeks to prepare and heal up in preparation for the game.

On Thursday, the Kanas City Chiefs listed a number of players that have made their way back to practice after being injured that past few weeks.

And one of them is former Oregon State Beaver Mike Remmers.

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Remmers has been injured since the playoff game against the Cleveland Browns, where he was questionable with an illness while also dealing with a groin injury.

With Remmers potentially returning for the Super Bowl, it only means good things for the Chiefs and quarterback Patrick Mahomes because he has not allowed a single sack all season long.

If Remmers were to return, he would take left tackles Eric Fisher place after Fisher replaced him in the AFC Championship game.

In College, Remmers finished his time with the Beavers with the sixth-most starts in school history. He signed as an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos in 2012.

Remmers is the only player listed from Oregon State that will be playing this year’s Super Bowl.