EX-EAGLE TODD HERREMANS (RIGHT) SURE HAS NOTHING TO HIDE!

By Mary Cunningham

While the Eagles have gone through the psychological storm of coach Chip Kelly’s cuts, trades and recriminations — hello, Shady McCoy — one of the ex-Eagles has landed on his feet.

Todd Herremans has found a home with the Indianapolis Colts, and he has nothing to hide.

Check out the photo above with Herremans on the right!

1Three Colts’ offensive linemen for the Indianapolis Colts — Todd Herremans (left in this photo), Anthony Castonzo and Jack Mewhort — are now naked for the world to see.

The trio, Castonzo (6-7 and 311 pounds), Mewhort (6-6 and 312 pounds) and Herremans (6-6, 323 pounds) appear in the online version of ESPN’s Body Issue, which went live Monday. The magazine will be on newsstands tomorrow.

In one photo (above), the three hold football helmets in just the right places, while otherwise in the buff.

Herremans told the magazine that most people think of offensive linemen as “all just fat slobs.”

“Which is what it used to be, kind of,” he said. “But now the game has evolved into more fit, athletic offensive linemen. So I would say that Anthony is probably the leanest out of all of us, and I’m probably the chubbiest. Jack is somewhere in the middle.”

The Colts are among 24 athletes featured in the issue, which includes Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love and Olympic swimmer Natalie Coughlin.

Others in the issue include DeAndre Jordan, formerly with the Los Angeles Clippers and now with the Dallas Mavericks, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., two-time WNBA All-Star Brittney Griner, USA women’s soccer star Ali Krieger, newly-crowned French Open champion Stan Wawrink and NHL star Tyler Seguin.

This is the seventh annual edition of the Body Issue, which includes photos, interviews and videos of the athletes.

“Our goal is to continue to evolve the issue year after year,” ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com editor-in-chief Chad Millman said in a statement. “The ability to capture both the strength and vulnerability of these extraordinary athletes through such powerful images and introspective interviews is incredibly moving.”

And if people don’t think these Colts linemen look so great revealing all, Mewhort said that’s OK.

“Football isn’t a beauty pageant,” he told ESPN.

 

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