The Eagles worked out offensive lineman Kyle Calloway this week, according to Adam Caplan of FoxSports.com.
Calloway (6-7, 315) was a seventh-round pick with the Bills in the 2010 draft.
He started 37 games at Iowa - 26 at right tackle and 11 at left tackle. Calloway earned second-team All-Big Ten honors in both his junior and senior seasons.
Caplan lists him as a guard/tackle.
The Eagles currently have the following 12 linemen on their roster: Nick Cole, King Dunlap, Todd Herremans, Austin Howard, Max Jean-Gilles, Winston Justice, Mike McGlynn, Jason Peters, Dallas Reynolds , A.Q. Shipley, Fenuki Tupou and Reggie Wells.
Plus Jamaal Jackson on IR.
The only two spots on the line that appear to be locks for next year are Peters at left tackle and Herremans at left guard. Center figures to be either Jackson or McGlynn. Right guard is a complete unknown. It could be Cole, Jean-Gilles, McGlynn or someone else not even on the roster.
And right tackle could be Justice, Dunlap or someone not currently on the roster.
Earlier Wednesday, I posted on Trent Cole's production down the stretch in 2010, and how he might be affected by the addition of Jim Washburn.
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