Life has changed for Todd Herremans since he retired from the NFL in 2015.
The pride of Ravenna, who starred at Saginaw Valley State University, can give all his energy to his family now that his 11-year career as an NFL offensive lineman is in the rearview mirror.
On Monday, Herremans generously spent a good chunk of his day with the CatchMark crew. He was our special guest on the CatchMark SportsNet Podcast, plus he also sat down for a one-on-one with Scott DeCamp that will be published in an upcoming CSN Profile of the Week.
Herremans and his family — wife Elizabeth, children Olivia and Jaxon — live on a farm outside of Philadelphia, where he spent 10 of his 11 NFL seasons as a starting lineman for the Eagles. They were back in West Michigan visiting family, and Herremans was gracious enough to join us at CatchMark.
On the pod, Herremans joined co-hosts DeCamp, Brent Raeth and Zach Zweigle. They touched upon many topics spanning Herremans’ journey, which began in the small town of Ravenna and ultimately led to his performing on the NFL’s big stage.
Episode 24 of the CatchMark SportsNet Podcast is one of our best yet and you can watch it at the top of this story. Herremans is certainly no rookie when it comes to podcasts, as he used to do a regular pod with former Eagles teammates Tra Thomas and Jamaal Jackson.
The 6-foot-6 Herremans is looking lean these days at about 275 pounds, but he still packs a punch when it comes to his stories and viewpoints.
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