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Chance Warmack | Guard

Team: Tennessee Titans
Age / DOB:  (22) / 9/14/1991
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 323
College: Alabama
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Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt acknowledges RG Chance Warmack "got a little heavy" as a rookie.
Whiz is hopeful Warmack will lose enough weight to "have it be noticeable." The No. 10 overall pick of last spring's draft, Warmack started all 16 games, but was uneven. He should take a step forward in 2014. May 1 - 1:30 PM

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The Tennessean calls first-round RG Chance Warmack the Titans' best rookie so far.

Warmack missed the first five days of camp due to contract negotiations and then stepped right in seamlessly. He's reportedly "been a bruiser" and "is shaping up as a key cog" on the Titans' vastly improved offensive line. Chris Johnson, who ripped off a 58-yard touchdown run in the preseason opener, should not be complaining about penetration in the backfield too often this year.
Thu, Aug 15, 2013 10:48:00 AM

Titans agreed to terms with first-round RG Chance Warmack on a four-year, $12.166 million contract.

Warmack finally caved and accepted offset language, one day after coach Mike Munchak publicly took issue with the rookie's holdout, which wound up lasting five days. His contract is still fully guaranteed. Although Warmack may struggle initially with pass blocking, he's a powerful drive blocker who dominated in the SEC. His addition should be positive news for boom-or-bust back Chris Johnson, hopefully turning more of those "bust" runs into "booms."
Mon, Jul 29, 2013 02:11:00 PM

No. 10 overall pick Chance Warmack has missed the first five days of Titans training camp.

With Dee Milliner and Jonathan Cooper now under contract, Warmack is the only remaining unsigned 2013 draft pick. Coach Mike Munchak "seems to be growing a little more impatient" as the holdout extends. "They haven’t come to an agreement," Munchak said. "It doesn’t seem very complicated to me. It’s just business is business, and they can’t agree." The holdup is over offset language.
Sun, Jul 28, 2013 11:43:00 PM

No. 10 overall pick Chance Warmack officially became a holdout Thursday as he missed the first day of Titans camp.

There's really no excuse for holdouts anymore under the NFL's new rookie wage scale, but the Titans are insisting on offset language in Warmack's rookie contract. Warmack's camp is balking. "Hopefully, that'll be tomorrow and Chance will be here by the weekend," said coach Mike Munchak. We shall see.
Thu, Jul 25, 2013 09:21:00 PM

Per the Nashville Tennessean, No. 10 overall pick OG Chance Warmack's contract has been delayed by the Titans' insistence on "offset language."

As is the case with many of the other top picks left unsigned. Many clubs insist on draft picks agreeing to offset language in the event they turn out to be busts, and it's a fight those teams usually win. The Titans will have their first day of full-squad field work next Thursday.
Thu, Jul 18, 2013 11:23:00 AM

The Titans are "very pleased" with first-round OG Chance Warmack's progress.

Warmack says his biggest adjustment has come before the snap. "In college, I got away with a lot of things because of how athletic I was, but everyone’s athletic in the NFL, so you have to think a little bit more." Coach Mike Munchak believes the No. 10 overall pick is ready to start. "He’s seen about everything he’s going to see in the regular season already, so he’s prepared that way." It's hard to believe Warmack has "seen about everything he's going to see" in pad-less practices, but he'll clearly be starting opposite Andy Levitre in Week 1.
Tue, Jul 2, 2013 01:50:00 PM

The Titans project No. 10 pick Chance Warmack as their starting right guard.

Tennessee aggressively attacked its interior offensive line this offseason, using a top-ten pick on Warmack and making new LG Andy Levitre one of the highest paid guards in football. Chris Johnson is officially out of excuses. Levitre is an efficient technician and Warmack can blot out the sun in the running game.
Sun, Apr 28, 2013 06:57:00 PM

GM Ruston Webster says the Titans had a "great consensus on" OG Chance Warmack with the No. 10 pick.

The Titans were believed to prefer UNC's Jonathan Cooper in the run up to the draft. Cooper went No. 7 to the Cardinals. "(Even) in the NFL you don’t see the kind of power he has, the way he moves the line of scrimmage," coach Mike Munchak said of Warmack. "To me, he is the complete package." Between Warmack and Andy Levitre, the Titans have shored up an interior line that was one of the league's worst last season.
Fri, Apr 26, 2013 11:57:00 AM

Titans selected Alabama OG Chance Warmack with the No. 10 overall pick.

Warmack (6-foot-2, 317) made 40 starts for the Tide, all at left guard. He was a unanimous first-team All-American in 2012, blocking out the sun in the run game. Warmack had more trouble in pass pro, surrendering two sacks of quarterback A.J. McCarron as a senior. An average athlete, Warmack ran 5.49 at the Combine with a 1.83 ten-yard split. A brute power player, Warmack figures to be an instant impact drive blocker but may struggle initially in the passing game. The Titans brought in Andy Levitre during free agency, but Warmack solidifies the right guard spot due to his mauling style.
Thu, Apr 25, 2013 09:26:00 PM

NFL Network's Michelle Beisner reports the Cardinals have Chance Warmack lower on their draft board than Jonathan Cooper.

The buzz on Warmack over the past 48 hours has been remarkably quiet, while Cooper is clearly a hot name. The Cardinals really want Oklahoma LT Lane Johnson, Beisner reported, but will stick with a best-available strategy if Johnson goes in the top five, as expected. Warmack will not be the BPA at No. 7 overall.
Wed, Apr 24, 2013 04:22:00 PM

"Sources" tell CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora the Lions will consider a guard at No. 5 if they can't trade down and OTs Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher are off the board.

It's the second time La Canfora has linked the Lions to a guard after he reported earlier this month Alabama's Chance Warmack wasn't "out of the question" at No. 5. The Lions have a hole at right guard, but it would be a major surprise if they became the first team in over 10 years to take a guard in the first 10 picks, especially since 2012 first-rounder Riley Reiff is looking like he might stick on the interior.
Tue, Apr 23, 2013 09:15:00 PM

NFL scouts reportedly say Alabama OG Chance Warmack has a problem with "excessive sweating," which can lead to weardown in the fourth quarter of games.

Warmack at times required in-game IVs at Alabama, so he'll have to learn to hydrate better in the pros. It's interesting, but obviously not a huge concern for Warmack's draft stock. "He's one of those guys like Will Shields that will just sit in there and play until they retire him," one scout said. "Country boy from Georgia. He's kind of a road grader in the run game and a fire hydrant in the passing game. You're not going to move him off his spot."
Sat, Apr 20, 2013 04:57:00 PM

Bills GM Buddy Nix hinted that he won't take a guard with the No. 8 overall pick.

Buffalo lost both Andy Levitre and top backup Chad Rinehart in free agency, leaving them with Colin Brown and Kraig Urbik as starters. But Nix claims that guard is not a need. "Not at all. Not at all. I know people have said we’re taking one of those top two guards. Our roster in house is better than I think we get credit for especially offensive line. We're pretty deep there. We've got six guards and we think a couple of them can play."
Source: ESPN.com
Wed, Apr 17, 2013 11:07:00 AM

SI's Peter King writes that he "heard guard a lot" over the weekend when discussing the Bills' first-round selection at No. 8.

Per King, rookie coach Doug Marrone is "figuring" he can acquire Syracuse QB Ryan Nassib later in the round by "moving up 10 or 15 spots" from the Bills' second-round slot at No. 41. Coming away with Chance Warmack -- to replace Andy Levitre -- and a quarterback of the future would look pretty nice on paper for Buffalo. Keep in mind GM Buddy Nix only has six draft picks worth of ammo.
Source: SI.com
Mon, Apr 15, 2013 02:06:00 PM