Seahawks Sign Offensive Lineman Chance Warmack

The Seahawks added another offensive lineman in free agency, signing veteran guard Chance Warmack.

Philadelphia Eagles guard Chance Warmack (67) blocks during an NFL game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Thursday Aug. 9, 2018, Philadelphia. The Steelers defeated the Eagles 31-14. (Al Tielemans via AP)

The Seahawks added more offensive line depth Monday, signing guard Chance Warmack, a former first-round pick out of Alabama.

Warmack, 28, was the 10th overall pick in the 2013 draft by the Tennessee Titans after a college career in which he was a three-year starter for the Crimson Tide, earning unanimous All-American honors as a senior as part of a repeat national championship team. Warmack was teammates at Alabama with Seahawks guard D.J. Fluker, who was taken one pick after Warmack in the 2013 draft.

Warmack was Tennessee's starting right guard in his first three seasons, starting 46 games from 2013-2015, but played only two games in 2016 before landing on injured reserve with a hand injury. Warmack spent 2017 and 2018 in Philadelphia, where he won a Super Bowl, serving mostly as a reserve lineman, starting three games and appearing in 20. Warmack was out of football last season, but will look to make a successful comeback with Seattle in 2020.

Warmack is the fourth offensive lineman added by Seattle early in free agency after center B.J. Finney and tackles Brandon Shell and Cedric Ogbuehi.

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