Herremans has been unemployed since the Colts released the 33-year-old last December and there hasn’t been any reported interest in him until now. Last season’s outcome wasn’t what Herremans or the Colts envisioned when the club signed him to a one-year, $2.25MM deal in March 2015. Prior to earning his release, Herremans started in just two of eight games and was inactive five times, as ESPN’s Mike Wells notes (on Twitter).
Before landing in Indy, Herremans was long a reliable lineman as a member of the Eagles, with whom he appeared in 127 games and racked up 124 starts from 2005-14. One of his coaches in Philadelphia was Juan Castillo, who’s now at the helm of the Ravens’ offensive line. If Herremans ends up in Baltimore, he’d likely serve as depth on the right side behind elite guard Marshal Yanda and tackle Rick Wagner.
In other Ravens notes, the team got good news today on second-year receiver Breshad Perriman. It was previously feared Perriman had a torn ACL, but that isn’t the case. He should be ready to go for Week 1.
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