The draft is done and undrafted rookies are landing with teams around the league, leaving teams to kick the tires on the remaining veterans on the open market to further fill out their 90-man rosters for the rest of the offseason.
Offensive lineman Daryn Colledge is one of those veterans and Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that he’ll be paying a visit to the Eagles this week. Colledge is expected to meet with the team on Wednesday and Thursday.
Colledge started every game for the Cardinals over the last three seasons and has played in all 128 regular season games his team has played since joining the Packers for the 2006 season. Colledge has played a variety of positions on the line over that span, which would make him a handy backup for an Eagles team that is returning all of their starting offensive linemen from last season.
The Eagles did not draft any offensive linemen and signed four undrafted rookie free agent blockers.