According to Tim McManus of Birds 24/7, former Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans is scheduled to visit with the Indianapolis Colts today on Friday In an interview with 97.5 The Fanatic earlier in the week, the veteran indicated he was already drawing some interest from teams around the league.
The Eagles released Herremans last week on Feb. 26. At the time of his release, he was one of the longest tenured players on the team (along with Trent Cole, who was released earlier this week). The Eagles released the declining Herremans, who turns 33 in October, in order to save some cap room.
Indianapolis makes a lot of sense for Herremans; I mentioned them as a potential landing spot last week. Colts general manager Ryan Grigson used to be an Eagles front office executive before being hired in Indianapolis.
In other former Eagles news, Cary Williams was scheduled to visit the New York Jets before having his trip delayed by the inclement weather. Trent Cole is visiting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where former Eagles executive and now-Bucs GM Jason Licht had a part in drafting Cole to Philadelphia. James Casey has been on the market for a while now but still hasn't signed with a team despite visiting multiple teams.
It'll be interesting to see where these ex-Eagles land.