Chance Warmack aiming for return to NFL

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A former first-round pick who was out of the NFL last season would like to get back into the league in 2020.

Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that guard Chance Warmack is looking for another shot after last playing for the Eagles during the 2018 season.

Warmack was the 10th overall pick of the 2013 draft by the Titans and started 46 games over his first three seasons in the league. The Titans didn’t pick up his fifth-year option and he moved on to Philadelphia after missing 14 games in 2016 with a hand injury.

Per the report, Warmack has spoken to teams about visiting them as part of his hunt for a new job. Given the move to greatly limit access to team facilities around the league, it’s unclear when those visits might take place.

2 responses to “Chance Warmack aiming for return to NFL

  1. Seattle, why not take a flyer on this guy for one year? Anyone that’s come out of Alabama as a top 10 pick and started 46 of his first 48 games can’t be all that bad. He’s got the size, strength and agility to be a real mauler in the run game, though I’m not up to speed on his pass protection. (But his draft scouting report sounds decent.) I think the experience he has could be huge. He could slide right into starting at LG or backing up either spot.

  2. MAJOR underachiever. The Eagles are pretty damned good at coaching guys up and in Philly, we all thought signing him was a pretty good move. But they couldn’t get consistent play out of him…not even close. I think it speaks volumes. I’d proceed very cautiously with any plans to bring this guy in and have him take up space where someone else might be more productive.

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