The Indianapolis Colts today agreed to terms with free agent guard Todd Herremans.
Herremans, 6-6, 321 pounds, has started 124-of-127 career regular season games and eight postseason contests over the last 10 seasons (2005-2014) with the Philadelphia Eagles. A two-time (2008, 2011) USA Today All-Joe Team member, he has started at least six games at four different positions along the offensive line, while also seeing significant playing time at tackle.
In 2013, Herremans started all 16 games for the third time in his career and was a part of an offense that ranked first in the NFL in rushing yards, second in net yards and fourth in points scored. The Eagles set franchise records in points and net yards, as running back LeSean McCoy led the league with a single-season team-record 1,607 rushing yards.
From 2011-12, Herremans started 24 consecutive games at tackle and from 2006-08, he played in 48 consecutive contests. Last season (2014), he started all eight games he appeared in before being placed on Injured Reserve on November 5, 2014. Herremans was originally selected by the Eagles in the fourth round (126th overall) of the 2005 NFL Draft out of Saginaw Valley State.
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