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February 28, 2015 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Eagles will release veteran offensive lineman Todd Herremans, according to league sources. Herremans had been one of the team's two longest-tenured players after spending the first 10 years of his career in Philadelphia. The move gives the Eagles more salary-cap space, but it also leaves them with a vacancy at right guard. The team did not make any announcement Thursday. Herremans, 32, started 124 of his 127 games in an Eagles uniform. He missed 16 games due to injury during the last two seasons.
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August 12, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
ANDERSON, Ind. - The clock is ticking for Trent Cole and Todd Herremans, and they know it. The two ex-Eagles will turn 33 in October. They've been together for 10 seasons and logged a combined 269 regular-season starts since being taken 20 selections apart by the Eagles in the 2005 draft. Both have lived a pretty full NFL life, with few regrets, save one. They still don't have a Super Bowl ring. That quest has brought both of them to this quiet college town 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis, where the Colts are holding training camp at Anderson University.
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October 15, 2011 | By Jeff McLane, Inquirer Staff Writer
Winston Justice said playing right tackle is like riding a bicycle. Since he last played there, though, the Eagles have replaced a mountain bike with a racing model. And with a knee that's still less than 100 percent, it's unclear whether Justice can even get back on the bike. Questions about Justice's ability to return to tackle were prompted by King Dunlap's recent spate of back spasms. Dunlap started at left tackle last week for the injured Jason Peters and was slated to fill that spot again Sunday at Washington.
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April 3, 2012 | Dan Gross
EAGLE TODD HERREMANS loves golf so much that he traveled to Los Angeles for a tournament. Did we mention it was the Playboy Golf Finals, which kicked off with an opening reception at the Playboy Mansion? Herremans represented the Eagles and competed against Rob Gronkowski of the Patriots, Michael Richardson of the Seahawks, comedian Josh Wolf and some cast members from Bravo's "Shahs of Sunset. " Herremans, who is reportedly dating April 2010 Playmate Amy Leigh Andrews , hung out with Miss May 2007 Shannon James , of Bucks County, who recently split from Phillies outfielder Hunter Pence , and Miss August 2004 Pilar Lastra at the Playboy Golf Finals Pajama and Lingerie Party at the Playboy Mansion.
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November 26, 2005 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Eagles have been crippled by another season-ending injury. Coach Andy Reid announced yesterday that offensive tackle Tra Thomas has been placed on the injured-reserve list with a lower-back injury that will require surgery. Thomas will have an operation on his lumbar disk in California at a date to be determined. Thomas is the third Eagles Pro Bowl selection from last year who has been put on injured reserve this week, joining quarterback Donovan McNabb (sports hernia)
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November 4, 2008
1. Smith       2. Brent Celek       3. Matt Schobel 4. Todd Herremans
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August 14, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Columnist
JASON PETERS showed up for Eagles training camp with a new body and a renewed determination to prove that, at 33, he still is one of the two or three best left tackles in football. The seven-time Pro Bowler weighs 320 pounds, which is the lightest he's been since making the switch from tight end to offensive tackle in his second NFL season. That's about 25 pounds below what he played at last season. "Three forty-five is what I've always played at," Peters said. "Since my first year starting at offensive line.
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May 4, 2011 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Staff Writer
Even after one of the top cornerbacks fell to within striking distance, even after the best pass-rushing defensive ends had flown off the board, general manager Howie Roseman said, the Eagles got their man in last weekend's NFL draft. For seven months, he said, he had eyed Baylor guard Danny Watkins. It started with an August conversation with Art Briles, the Baylor head coach who had mentored Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb in high school and college. In a visit to the Eagles, Briles raved about his offensive tackle.
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June 7, 2010
The Eagles finish their spring with 4 additional days of organized team activities beginning today at the NovaCare Complex. The team will practice through Thursday before breaking until training camp. Rookies and selected veterans are scheduled to report to Lehigh University on July 26, with all remaining veterans expected to arrive on July 29. The preseason opener against Jacksonville is Aug. 13 at Lincoln Financial Field. This week's workouts likely won't include Todd Herremans, who sat out last week with a foot problem.
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June 14, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Eagles yesterday announced the signing of offensive tackle Todd Herremans, one of the team's two fourth-round draft picks, to a four-year contract. Terms were not disclosed. Herremans, who attended Saginaw Valley (Mich.) State, earned Division II all-American honors as a senior. The 6-foot-6, 321-pounder, the 126th overall pick in this year's NFL draft, started all 10 games at left tackle and allowed just two sacks. Herremans, 22, was named the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference offensive lineman of the year in 2004.
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October 8, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
IT'S OFTEN been said that the only time people really notice offensive linemen is when they screw up. Four games into a season that is just one more loss away from being placed on life support, everyone is noticing the Eagles' offensive line. Their poor play in the first quarter of the season is at the heart of what's wrong with the Eagles' offense. "The only reason we're losing football games right now is because of offensive mistakes, penalties and us not being able to run-block well," center Jason Kelce said yesterday.
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October 2, 2015 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
AS IT TURNS OUT, having Xavier Su'a-Filo probably would not have guaranteed that the Eagles would win the Super Bowl this season. But later picks Trai Turner or Brandon Linder might have helped. Su'a-Filo was the first offensive lineman drafted after the Eagles spent the 26th overall pick in the 2014 draft on outside linebacker Marcus Smith. Both Su'a Filo and Smith have had trouble getting on the field. The Eagles declined to sign any significant free-agent offensive linemen this past offseason; overpriced, they said.
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September 25, 2015 | BY VEGAS VIC, For the Daily News
JETS (-2) over Eagles Is it the water? Are the Birds just the Sixers with a few more guys on the roster? A roster that seems to shrink every time I finish another sentence. RB DeMarco Murray now listed as questionable . . . Kiko Alonso and Cedric Thornton are out. Mychal Kendricks in trouble. Chip Kelly delusional! Still cannot believe Murray gobbled up only 7 yards against the Cowboys last week. Seven yards! Where are you, Evan Mathis ? Please come home, Todd Herremans . And if the Chipper thought Sam Bradford was the answer to his prayers, uh-oh.
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September 25, 2015 | Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Columnist
AFTER SPENDING 11 years in the league as an offensive lineman and another two-plus decades breaking down miles and miles and miles of film for his TV jobs as a college and NFL analyst, Brian Baldinger is a pretty good judge of offensive line flesh. He can tell a good one and he can tell a bad one. Even with the offseason releases of veteran guards Evan Mathis and Todd Herremans, he felt fairly confident that the Eagles had a good one. So, he is as surprised as anyone by the Keystone Kops routine he's seen the last two weeks.
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September 25, 2015 | By Jeff McLane, INQUIRER SPORTS WRITER
After maybe the worst game of his career, Jason Kelce went up to Chip Kelly and apologized. This was two years ago, after the Eagles' first meeting with the New York Giants, when Kelce kept getting beat by slanting and stunting linemen on inside zone run plays. They won that day, so perhaps the victory affected the response, but Kelly's message to his center was clear: It happens, we need you, now let's get back to work and get it right. The Eagles had a mid-season lull, the low point coming in the second game against the Giants, but Kelce had rebounded and played at a Pro Bowl level the rest of the way. He wouldn't earn an invite to the all-star game until a year later, but Kelce had solidified himself as one of the best centers in the NFL and an offensive cog and leader Kelly could depend upon.
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September 22, 2015 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
During an afternoon of unfathomable mishaps and maladies for the Eagles offensive line, there was one moment that best represented the worst of it all. From the falling sky, midway through the final quarter, the offense was given an opportunity to turn this stinker of a performance into something sweet. Cornerback Byron Maxwell stripped the football from Dallas tight end Gavin Escobar at the Eagles' 34-yard line, and safety Malcolm Jenkins returned the forced fumble 34 yards to the Cowboys 30. With a field goal, the Eagles would have been within seven points on a day when they played poorly enough to be down by 70. With a touchdown, they would be down by only three and have all the momentum against a Cowboys team that had lost starting quarterback Tony Romo to a fractured clavicle.
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August 28, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Columnist
WITH 50 PERCENT of the preseason precincts reporting, the Daily News has declared a winner in the Eagles' starting right-guard race. Andrew Gardner has beaten out runners-up Matt Tobin and John Moffitt; Julian Vandervelde was kind of the Lindsey Graham of this race and never really was a serious candidate. And unless he gets pancaked by that Legionnaire's disease outbreak that Chip Kelly keeps referencing or steps in a rut at Lambeau Field tomorrow night and turns an ankle, he will take his place between center Jason Kelce and right tackle Lane Johnson in 17 days when the Eagles open the season against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome.
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August 14, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Columnist
JASON PETERS showed up for Eagles training camp with a new body and a renewed determination to prove that, at 33, he still is one of the two or three best left tackles in football. The seven-time Pro Bowler weighs 320 pounds, which is the lightest he's been since making the switch from tight end to offensive tackle in his second NFL season. That's about 25 pounds below what he played at last season. "Three forty-five is what I've always played at," Peters said. "Since my first year starting at offensive line.
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August 12, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Columnist
ANDERSON, Ind. - The clock is ticking for Trent Cole and Todd Herremans, and they know it. The two ex-Eagles will turn 33 in October. They've been together for 10 seasons and logged a combined 269 regular-season starts since being taken 20 selections apart by the Eagles in the 2005 draft. Both have lived a pretty full NFL life, with few regrets, save one. They still don't have a Super Bowl ring. That quest has brought both of them to this quiet college town 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis, where the Colts are holding training camp at Anderson University.
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August 11, 2015 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THERE'S JUST one position now where the Eagles' starter isn't apparent, or where there isn't at least a candidate the coaching staff seems to be leaning toward. That would be right guard, where backup center Julian Vandervelde took first-team reps yesterday for the second day in a row, as the Eagles saluted the military in their second and final free Lincoln Financial Field practice of training camp, which drew a crowd the team estimated at 43,000. Matt Tobin, Andrew Gardner and John Moffitt also have worked with the first team at right guard at various points in the first week of camp.
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