Titans Agree to Terms with Chance Warmack

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a contract with first-round pick (10th overall) G Chance Warmack.


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Warmack was a three-year starter at the University of Alabama. He started 45 games during his college career and earned All-America honors as a senior. During his college career, the Crimson Tide won three national titles.

With Monday being an off day for the players, Warmack will rejoin his teammates Tuesday.

"Time to get to work! #Blessed," Warmack tweeted shortly after the announcement was made.

Warmack made it clear leading up to the NFL Draft that he had strong interest in joining the Titans and playing for coach Mike Munchak and Bruce Matthews, who made the Hall of Fame, after they were drafted as guards in the top 10 of consecutive years (1982-83).

The Titans like the power they've seen from Warmack and anticipate that he will start at right guard. Warmack is the only player drafted from the 10th overall spot in the NFL Draft in the history of the Titans/Oilers franchise.

Watch Chance and the rest of the 2013 Titans Draft Class in their first NFL Games:

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