The Colts are trying offensive linemen at different positions in the team's offseason workouts.
Part of the reason for the shuffling is that a pair of linemen, right tackle Gosder Cherilus and right guard Donald Thomas, aren't taking part in OTAs.
Left guard Jack Mewhort filled in at right tackle and newly acquired Todd Herremans was at right guard.
At center, Jonotthan Harrison appears to have the early edge over Khaled Holmes.
"We've got some guys that we're moving around," coach Chuck Pagano said, per ESPN. "Come training camp, still going to be some competition."
The Colts will have a very deep offensive line for OTAs. Currently, the team's roster features 10 players that have started in the NFL, per Colts.com.
The Colts will have battle for starting spots at center and on the right side of the line.
Khaled Holmes enters the offseason as the starting center, but he'll be pushed by Jonotthan Harrison, who started 10 games last season.
At right guard, offseason acquisition Todd Herremans has the inside track, but he'll compete with Hugh Thornton, a veteran of 20 NFL starts.
Gosder Cherilus, returning from knee and groin injuries that landed him on injured reserve last season, will start OTAs as the right tackle. Joe Reitz and Ulrick John will compete for the job.
The Colts have agreed to a deal with free-agent guard Todd Herremans, the team announced Sunday.
The one-year deal is worth up to $3.5 million, ESPN reports.
Herremans was released by the Eagles after spending his first 10 seasons in Philadelphia. He was due to meet with the Colts Friday. The guard re-unites with Colts general manager Ryan Grigson, who was a regional scout with the Eagles in 2005 when Herremans was drafted.
The Colts are expected to bring former Eagles offensive guard Todd Herremans for a visit, according to Adam Caplan of ESPN on Friday.
The 32-year-old told Pro Football Talk previously in the offseason that he's looking to play for a contender, after spending his first nine seasons in the league with Philadelphia. Herremans has ties to Colts general manager Ryan Grigson. Grigson was a regional scout when Philadelphia drafted Herremans in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
Former Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans is looking to continue his NFL career in 2015, according to a report from Pro Football Talk.
Herremans was cut by the Eagles on Friday. The Eagles are set to save $2.8 million against the salary cap.
Herremans was a fourth-round pick in the 2005 NFL draft and spent his entire career up to this point with Philadelphia.
The Eagles have officially moved on from offensive lineman Todd Herremans, the team announced Friday.
"Todd has been the ultimate professional during my two years in Philadelphia with him," coach Chip Kelly said in a statement Friday. "He is a tough player and I wish him all of the best as he moves forward in his NFL career. I spoke to him earlier today and one of the things I told him was that by releasing him now, he will have a full opportunity to explore all of his options around the league."
Herremans has spent all 10 years in the league with the Eagles. The move will reportedly save Philadelphia $2.8 million in cap space for 2015.
The Eagles are expected to release offensive lineman Todd Herremans, ESPN's Adam Caplan reported Thursday. Herremans, 32, was the longest-tenured Eagle outside of Trent Cole. He started 124 regular season games, including 94 as a guard and 30 as a tackle. With the move, Philadelphia will save $2.8 million in cap space, according to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Eagles have placed guard Todd Herremans (biceps) on the injured reserve list, ending his season, according the Philadelphia Inquirer. Herremans, who suffered the injury against Arizona in Week 8, will undergo surgery to repair a torn biceps muscle in his left arm, a procedure that will cost him the remainder of the season.
Several Eagles that had been deemed probable for the Week 9 game against the host Texans have received the green light for action. They are tight end Brent Celek (back), guard Todd Herremans (biceps), linebackers DeMeco Ryans (groin) and Mychal Kendricks (calf) and running back Darren Sproles (knee).
Wide receiver Brad Smith (groin) and safety Nate Allen (hamstring) are the lone Eagles deemed questionable for the Sunday game in Houston. Both practiced in full Friday.
All the others on their injury report are probable. They are cornerback Brandon Boykin (hamstring), tight end Brent Celek (back), offensive linemen Todd Herremans (biceps) and Jason Kelce (hernia), linebackers Mychal Kendricks (calf) and DeMeco Ryans (groin), wide receiver Jeff Maehl (foot), running back Darren Sproles (knee) and cornerback Jaylen Watkins (wrist).
Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Wednesday the plan is for offensive lineman Todd Herremans to practice and try to play despite suffering a torn left biceps Week 8. Kelly said it will be a matter of pain tolerance.
Kelly added the medical staff will decide by the end of the week whether Herremans will be able to play Week 9 at Houston.
Eagles starting guard Todd Herremans tore his left biceps Week 8 at Arizona but apparently will try to play through the injury Sunday at Houston, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. If Herremans can't play, Dennis Kelly likely would replace him.
The Eagles had a new-look offensive line at Tuesday's practice, reports Philly.com. Left tackle Jason Peters was joined by left guard Matt Tobin, center David Molk, right guard Dennis Kelly and right tackle Todd Herremans. Andrew Gardner was not with the first unit.
Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff is doubtful for Week 3 against Washignton, despite participating in full during Friday's practice with a shoulder injury.
Additionally, wide receiver Brad Smith (groin) and offensive lineman Todd Herremans (hamstring) are both probable for Sunday's game, while tackle Matt Tobin is questionable.