Todd Herremans said he can’t wait to get back on the field and show the Eagles’ new coaching staff he’s ready to play again after suffering a gruesome ankle and foot injury last November that ended his season. The Eagles right tackle said he’s a few weeks from getting a clean bill of health from the medical staff. And Herremans said he expects to participate fully in minicamps and organized team activities under new coach Chip Kelly beginning in late April. “I’ve been out in the (practice) bubble, on the turf, running and cutting, and it’s starting to feel pretty normal,” Herremans said. “I don’t want to give any projective dates, but I don’t see myself missing any offseason activities. “I imagine I’ll be good to go in the next few weeks.” Herremans, who is entering his ninth season with the Eagles, has spent his offseason rehabbing his foot at the Eagles’ practice facility with head trainer Chris Peduzzi, who was promoted to replace Rick Burkholder after he went with former coach Andy Reid to Kansas City. Herremans also has been busy setting up his charitable foundation that will benefit cancer research, Autism research, Habitat for Humanity (he volunteered in the past in Wilmington), the Magee Rehabilitation Hospital in Philadelphia and Cooper University Hospital in Camden among other causes.