Daryn Colledge to meet with Eagles

PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Eagles selected seven players in the NFL draft, but none on the offensive line.

But there may be one on the way.

Pro Football Talk cited a report by ESPN’s Adam Caplan as saying that Daryn Colledge is expected to meet with the Eagles on Wednesday or Thursday.

The 6-foot-4, 302-pound Colledge has started every game for the Arizona Cardinals over the past three seasons.

“They want to go young and cheaper,” Colledge told the Arizona Republic in March about his situation with the Cardinals. “You always hope there is an option to restructure. This is what you sign up for. Very few guys get the chance to leave on their own terms.”

Since joining the Green Bay Packers in 2006, Colledge has played in all 128 games on the offensive line.

The entire Eagles’ starting offensive line is returning from last season.