04/25/13: Drafted by Tennessee (1st, 10th overall)
09/22/16: Placed on IR (hand)
03/11/17: Signed by Philadelphia as a UFA
03/30/20: Signed by Seattle as a FA
NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Started 51 of 68 career games played with Tennessee and Philadelphia from 2013-18. Did not play football in 2019.
• With starts in all 16 games at right guard in 2013, became the first Titans rookie offensive lineman to start every game since Michael Roos in 2005. Became the first offensive lineman selected by the Titans/Oilers in the first round since tackle Brad Hopkins in 1993 and the first guard drafted with the club's first round choice since Bruce Matthews in 1983.
COLLEGE: In a four-year career at Alabama, won three national championships. Appeared in 45 games, including starts in his final 40 contests at left guard. Credited with 49 touchdown-resulting blocks while clearing lanes for individual ball carriers to record 25 performances of 100-plus yards during his time in the starting lineup. As a senior in 2012, was a first-team All-American selection while helping Alabama to a national championship, starting all 14 contests. Added All-SEC first-team accolades and was rated the best interior offensive lineman eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft by The NFL Draft Report.
PERSONAL: At Alabama, Warmack developed the custom of rolling up his jersey to just under the numbers as a way to stay cooler. Soon, the look became known as "Warmacking," and fans began posting photos on social media of their exposed bellies. Warmack highlighted the best fan photos with what he called "Warmackin' Wednesdays." Warmack's brother, Dallas, followed in his footsteps and played offensive line at Alabama before moving to Oregon as a graduate transfer in May 2018. Attended Westlake High, where he played with Cam Newton during his freshman and sophomore years.
The browser you are using is no longer supported on this site. It is highly recommended that you use the latest versions of a supported browser in order to receive an optimal viewing experience. The following browsers are supported: Chrome, Edge (v80 and later), Firefox and Safari.