Todd Herremans

Report: Eagles Could Release Evan Mathis
The Eagles could soon be in the market for two new starting guards.
Earlier this off season, the team cut ties with long time guard Todd Herremans, who signed with the Indianapolis Colts, and now could do the same with Evan Mathis.
According to USA Today's NFL reporter Jim Corbett,  Drew Rosenhaus, th…
Nate Allen Signs With Raiders
The Eagles have lost unrestricted free agent as the Raiders announced Thursday afternoon that they have agreed to terms with safety Nate Allen.
The move ends Allen's rocky, disappointing, five-year stint with the Eagles and cut ties with one of the players acquired in the Donovan McNabb trade ba…
Todd Herremans Released
According to Adam Caplan of ESPN.com, the Eagles will release veteran offensive lineman Todd Herremans, making him an unrestricted free agent.
Herremans Done for Season
Just as one member of the Eagles offensive line is ready to make his return, another member of the line will miss the rest of the season.
Eagles starting left guard Evan Mathis is expected to be activated from short-term I.R. in time for Week 10 against the Panthers...
Kelce, Sproles Look Ready
Eagles center Jason Kelce took a significant step in his recovery from sports hernia surgery by returning to practice last week, albeit on a limited basis.

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