Warmack agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Seahawks on Sunday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
The 2013 first-round pick hasn't seen NFL action since 2018 but will get another opportunity. Warmack is the fourth offensive lineman the Seahawks have added this offseason and brings 68 total games of experience. He'll battle for a spot as a depth option at guard for 2020.
Titans right tackle Chance Warmack, who sprained his knee Sunday in Cleveland, will not play in Week 3 against Indianpolis, per ESPN.
He was on crutches after the loss to the Browns.
Ken Whisenhunt said Monday that Jamon Meredith, who replaced Warmack after he went down, will continue to start at that position.
A knee injury has Titans guard Chance Warmack out of the game Sunday in Cleveland. He was carted off the field in the second quarter and is questionable to return. After the game, he was diagnosed with an MCL sprain.
The Titans have ruled out outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) for Sunday's contest against the Giants. Wimbley was the only players ruled out for the game, while defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and guard Chance Warmack (ankle) were the only players designated as probable.
Meanwhile, offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder), tackle Michael Oher (toe), cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) and wide receiver Kendall Wright (hand) were all deemed as questionable.
The Titans listed offensive tackle David Stewart (shoulder) and guard Chance Warmack (ankle) as probable for Thursday's game against the Colts. Both practiced fully Tuesday and Wednesday.
Linebacker Zaviar Gooden is officially questionable with a hamstring injury despite not practicing all week.
Titans rookie guard Chance Warmack admitted he made some mistakes in his first career game Week 1 at Pittsburgh, but overall the coaching staff was pleased with the first-round pick's effort.
"I think he missed some things with the crowd noise with a couple calls, you know, when we’re adjusting calls at the line of scrimmage, protections. A couple times those things went on," coach Mike Munchak said of Warmack, per The Tennessean. "But he’s physical. … He’s going to be a special football player we feel. It was a good start for him … but I thought he handled himself pretty well."
Titans guard Chance Warmack will become the team's first rookie offensive lineman to start a Week 1 game since 2005, The Tennessean reports. Warmack was the 10th overall pick out of Alabama in last year's draft.
The Titans have reached a deal with guard Chance Warmack, the 10th overall pick out of Alabama, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Warmack, the last first-rounder to sign, missed five days of training camp.
Titans first-round pick Chance Warmack missed his fifth day of training camp on Sunday, reports the Tennessean.
Warmack, the 10th overall pick, is the only unsigned first-rounder. Coach Mike Munchak is getting impatient with Warmack's absence, as the Titans plan for him to be the starting right guard.
“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."
Titans rookie guard Chance Warmack was a holdout for the start of training camp, reports the Tennessean.
The report said Warmack and the Titans are still agruing over offset language the team wants to include in his contract. Coach Mike Munchak sounded cautiously optimistic that Warmack's deal could get done soon.
"Hopefully, that'll be tomorrow and Chance will be here by the weekend and now we can look at the full picture of who plays well next to each other, who the center is, who complements the left and right guard," Munchak said. "It's hard enough for a rookie to come in and start, especially on an offensive line. We'll have to wait and see. It's hard to say, but if he misses two, three or four weeks or something, there's no way he's gonna be able to come in and help us right away."
Titans rookie offensive lineman Chance Warmack has earned the praise of offensive line coach Bruce Matthews after improving throughout the team's offseason workouts. Per Matthews, Warmack has learned the playbook, improved his technique in pass protection, adapted to the speed of the pro game and researched the kind of defensive linemen he'll battle in the trenches.
"He came in with a great attitude," Matthews said, according to The Tennessean. "He knew he was going to have to work and he's embraced it, so we're very pleased with his development so far."