Seahawks release Chance Warmack

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Seattle has released offensive lineman Chance Warmack.

Warmack elected to opt out of the 2020 season on Aug. 1 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He had agreed to a one-year deal with the Seahawks on March 30.

Warmack hasn’t played a game since 2018, when he appeared in nine games for the Eagles.

Warmack has 51 career starts. He played his first four seasons with the Titans from 2013-2016 before spending a pair of years with Philadelphia.

Per Brady Henderson of ESPN, Warmack would like to play in 2021 and the Seahawks have interest in bringing him back. But Seattle wants to have Warmack go through a physical and/or a workout to see how he is after a year away from football.

7 responses to “Seahawks release Chance Warmack

  1. Good business decision. If he has been working out and comes back in shape to pass a physical, then he is potentially worth offering a contract. If not able to pass a physical, move on from him and no hard feelings.

  2. This should not surprise any player who Opted Out. The best ability that any player has is availability. By not making himself available the became expendable!

  3. Come to Minnesota! We will take any other teams O-line throwaways and make you an instant starter.

  4. I remember this guy going into the draft touted as a can’t miss, generational pick at OG. And he was drafted as such. Turns out, not so much.

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