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Todd Herremans to Retire as an Eagle, Serve as Honorary Captain for Sunday's Game

Todd Herremans spent 10 seasons playing on the Eagles offensive line.

Todd Herremans, who spent the 2005 through 2014 seasons with the Eagles, will officially retire as an Eagle Sunday and also serve as the Eagles' honorary captain.

Herremans was a fourth-round pick out of Division II Saginaw Valley State in 2005 and went on to play in 127 games for the Eagles, starting 124 at guard and tackle, before finishing his career with the Colts in 2015.

Herremans became a starter in 2006 and the Eagles went to the playoffs in five of his nine years in the starting lineup.

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With 124 starts, Herremans ranks sixth in Eagles history among offensive linemen, behind Tra Thomas (165), Jerry Sisemore (155), Guy Morris (151), Jon Runyan (144) and Stan Walters (125).

Thomas, Runyan and Herremans were all teammates from 2005 through 2008.

On Sunday, Herremans will represent the Eagles at midfield for the coin toss and also be honored at halftime.   

There are still eight Eagles on the roster who played with Herremans, including Jason Peters, Lane Johnson and Jason Kelce, who all started with him on the offensive line. 

The other are Brandon Graham, Fletcher Cox, Zach Ertz, Malcolm Jenkins and Nick Foles.

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