This week the Philadelphia Eagles cut ties with one of their most tenured players in Todd Herremans. The former 5th round pick from Saginaw Valley State University, may have said farewell to the fans of Philly, but he is not ready to hang up his cleats according to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio.
Per a source with knowledge of Herreman’s plans, he fully intends to play elsewhere in 2015. And he fully intends to be in another team’s starting lineup as a guard or right tackle on Week One.
The Kansas City Chiefs could be a very solid starting point, considering Herremans played under Andy Reid for many years. Herremans has been a starter in the NFL since his second year with the Eagles.
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