How Will the Philadelphia Eagles Replace Todd Herremans in 2015?

February 28, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles released the longest-tenured member of their team today, as right guard Todd Herremans' time in Philly came to an end after 10 seasons.
Herremans, 32, was scheduled to earn $5.2 million in 2015, per Spotrac. That's a sizable amount for a veteran coming off easily the worst season of his career. Herremans missed the final eight games of the season with a torn biceps plus ankle injuries. He also rated as the 57th-best guard out of 78, per Pro Football Focus.
In comparison, Herremans had been one of the better offensive linemen in the league over the previous seven seasons.
During his time in Philadelphia, Herremans filled in at four different positions: left tackle, left guard, right guard and right tackle. He caught a pair of touchdown passes: one against the Seattle Seahawks in 2008 and another against the Dallas Cowboys in 2010.
His leadership, toughness and versatility will be missed on the 2015 Eagles.
But football is a business,...

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