Titans agreed to terms with first-round RG Chance Warmack on a four-year, $12.166 million contract.
No. 10 overall pick Chance Warmack has missed the first five days of Titans training camp.
No. 10 overall pick Chance Warmack officially became a holdout Thursday as he missed the first day of Titans camp.
Per the Nashville Tennessean, No. 10 overall pick OG Chance Warmack's contract has been delayed by the Titans' insistence on "offset language."
The Titans are "very pleased" with first-round OG Chance Warmack's progress.
The Titans project No. 10 pick Chance Warmack as their starting right guard.
GM Ruston Webster says the Titans had a "great consensus on" OG Chance Warmack with the No. 10 pick.
Titans selected Alabama OG Chance Warmack with the No. 10 overall pick.
NFL Network's Michelle Beisner reports the Cardinals have Chance Warmack lower on their draft board than Jonathan Cooper.
"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.
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.
Bills GM Buddy Nix hinted that he won't take a guard with the No. 8 overall pick.
SI's Peter King writes that he "heard guard a lot" over the weekend when discussing the Bills' first-round selection at No. 8.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport "thinks" the Jets "may" draft a guard with the No. 9 overall pick in the draft.