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Chance Warmack
G #70
Height:
6-2
Weight:
323
Age:
22
College:
Alabama
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2013):

G
16
GS
16

Biography

 
PRO: With the 10th overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Titans selected former Alabama guard Chance Warmack.  The 6-foot-2-inch, 323-pound lineman arrives with an impressive list of attributes and accomplishments, beginning with his positive, workmanlike attitude and his commitment to the game.  Regarded as a colorful character in the locker room, on the field he reveals a nasty and aggressive demeanor.  The three-time national champion as a member of the Crimson Tide built a reputation as smart and instinctive and a rare blend of power and athleticism at the guard position.  He started his final three seasons at Alabama at left guard, but he is expected to immediately assume the role at right guard as a rookie.  Warmack became the first offensive lineman selected by the Titans/Oilers in the first round since tackle Brad Hopkins (13th overall) in 1993 and the first guard selected by the club in the first round since Bruce Matthews (ninth overall) in 1983.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
•    During his time at Alabama, the Crimson Tide won three BCS National Championships, taking the title during his freshman (2009), junior (2011) and senior (2012) seasons.   
•    Warmack started the final 40 games of his college career at left guard, including all 14 contests as a senior in 2012.   
•    In the final game of his college career, Warmack turned in a dominating performance against the Notre Dame defense in a 42-14 win.  The Crimson Tide offense accumulated 529 yards and did not allow a sack en route to the BCS National Championship victory.  

TITANS TIDBITS:  
•    At Alabama, Warmack developed the custom of rolling up his jersey to just under the numbers as a way to stay cooler.  Soon, the fad became known as “Warmacking,” and fans began posting photos on social media of their exposed bellies.
•    Warmack spent time training prior to the 2013 NFL Draft with the Titans’ eventual fourth-round pick, center Brian Schwenke.
•    Warmack attended Westlake High School in Atlanta, Ga., where he was a teammate during his freshman and sophomore years with current Carolina
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.  

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
•    Raised in Atlanta, Ga., Warmack was selected by the Titans in the first round (10th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:
•    In a four-year career at Alabama, appeared in 45 games, including starts in his final 40 contests—every game his sophomore, junior and senior seasons—at left offensive guard.  Appeared in his first five college games as a reserve right guard.  The three-time national champion was credited with 49 touchdown-resulting blocks while clearing lanes for individual ball carriers to record 25 100-yard performances during his time in the starting lineup.  Also totaled 316 key blocks/knockdowns for the Tide.  

AS A SENIOR (2012), was a unanimous first-team All-American selection while helping Alabama to a national championship, starting all 14 contests along the way.  Added All-SEC first-team accolades, and rated the best interior lineman eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft by The NFL Draft Report.  Was penalized twice on 805 offensive plays, pacing a veteran-filled front wall with 37 pancakes, a total of 128 knockdowns/key blocks and 19 touchdown-resulting blocks.  Graded 90 percent or better for blocking consistency in eight games, finishing with a season average of 89.94 percent, the highest grade for any offensive guard in college football in 2012.  Blocked for 10 100-yard rushing performances, opening holes for a rushing offense that ranked 16th in the nation (227.5 yards per game), in addition to paving the way for the Tide to generate 445.5 yards per game in total offense.
•    Against Arkansas (9/15), helped the Tide gain 438 yards, including 225 rushing yards.  Posted 11 knockdowns and graded 91 percent, earning SEC Lineman of the Week honors.
•    At Missouri (10/13), cleared the way for a season-high 362 rushing yards and six touchdowns (533 yards of total offense), as both tailbacks Eddie Lacy (177 yards) and T.J. Yeldon (144) went over the century mark on the ground.
•    Against Mississippi State (10/27), again named SEC Lineman of the Week after grading 91 percent with 13 knockdowns, including one that dropped linebacker Jonathan Evans in the backfield on A.J. McCarron’s 37-yard scoring strike to Amari Cooper.  Also blocked for a unit that gained 414 yards of total offense, including 179 yards on the ground.
•    Against Auburn (11/24), had 13 key blocks and graded at 94 percent in a 49-0 Iron Bowl win, as the Tide rolled up 483 yards of total offense.
•    Against Notre Dame (1/7), helped Alabama secure its third national championship in Warmack’s tenure there.  Blocked for an offense that netted 529 yards, rushed for 265 yards, and did not allow a sack.  

AS A JUNIOR (2011), started all 13 games for the second consecutive season.  Named honorable mention All-American by Pro Football Weekly and second-team All-SEC by the league coaches.  Helped Alabama rank 16th nationally running the football with an average of 214.5 yards per game, while ranking 20th nationally in scoring offense (34.9 points per game) and 31st in total offense (429.6 yards per game).  The Tide scored 34 rushing touchdowns on the year.  Blocked for 11 100-yard rushers.
•    Against North Texas (9/17), opened holes for a season-high 347 rushing yards, including 100-yard games from Trent Richardson(167) and Eddie Lacy (161).  Richardson found the end zone three times while Lacy scored twice.
•    At Florida (10/1), named one of the coaching staff’s Offensive Players of the Week after clearing a path for 226 rushing yards and helping Trent Richardson rush for a career-best 181 yards and two touchdowns. Also helped the Tide not surrender a sack.
•    At Mississippi (10/15), named one of the Offensive Players of the Week by the Alabama coaching staff after helping to pave the way for Alabama to amass 389 yards on the ground.  Provided the holes for two 100-yard rushers in Trent Richardson (183 yards) and Jalston Fowler (125 yards).
•    Against Tennessee (10/22), helped offense total 437 yards and did not allow a sack as the Tide threw for 294 yards through the air, including a career-best 284 yards by A.J. McCarron.
•    At Mississippi State (11/12), named one of the Alabama Offensive Players of the Week after clearing a path for Trent Richardson’s 127 yards and Eddie Lacy’s 96 yards.
•    Against Louisiana State (1/9), helped the Crimson Tide secure its second national championship in three years, opening holes for 384 yards of total offense, including 234 through the air and 150 yards on the ground -- the most allowed by LSU during the 2011 season.  Cleared a path for Trent Richardson to rush for 96 yards and a touchdown.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010), took over the first-string left guard duties, starting all 13 games.  Helped the Crimson Tide rank 22nd nationally in total offense (444.08 yards per game).  Anchored an offensive line that provided time for the nation’s No. 4 quarterback in passing efficiency.  Blocked for five 100-yard rushers.
•    Against San Jose State (9/4), in his first career start, helped provide the holes for the Tide to rush for a total of 272 yards, including 113 by Eddie Lacy.  Helped provide the time for quarterback Greg McElroy to complete 13-of-16 passes.
•    At Duke (9/18), was named one of the Offensive Players of the Week by the coaching staff after helping Alabama amass 315 yards on the ground.
•    At Arkansas (9/25), helped provide the holes for the Tide to rush for 227 yards, including 157 by Mark Ingram.
•    Against Florida (10/2), was named the SEC Lineman of the Week by the conference office.
•    Against Mississippi State (11/13), named one of the Offensive Players of the Week by the Alabama coaching staff.  Helped provide the time for the Tide to throw for 277 yards and two touchdowns and amass 175 yards on the ground.
•    Against Michigan State (1/1), helped the Crimson Tide roll up 275 yards rushing, six rushing touchdowns and 546 yards of total offense in a 49-7 victory in the Capital One Bowl.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009), saw action in five games at guard as a true freshman.  
•    Against Florida International (9/12), saw his first career action in the home opener.
•     Graduated in December 2012 with a degree in communication studies.

PERSONAL:  
•    Single, splits time between Nashville and Atlanta.
•    Attended Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.) High School, where he averaged seven pancake blocks per game as a senior in 2008.  Rated by Rivals.com as the No. 20 offensive guard prospect in the country and the No. 29 player in the state of Georgia.  Also rated by ESPNU as the No. 16 offensive guard and an All-American in Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report.  
•    On Twitter: @chancewarmack
•    On Instagram: @warmackin
•     List of favorites: (movie) “End of Watch”; (TV show) “South Park”; (actor) Kerry Washington; (music artists) Kanye West, Foo Fighters, deadmau5; (school subjects) English, art and history; (car) Ford Expedition; (favorite athlete as a child) Larry Allen; (video game) Devil May Cry; (pro sports team as a child) Chicago Bulls; and (food) all kinds of food “except for potato salad.”
•    Born Chance S. Warmack in Detroit, Mich., on Sept. 14, 1991.
 
PRO: With the 10th overall selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Titans selected former Alabama guard Chance Warmack.  The 6-foot-2-inch, 323-pound lineman arrives with an impressive list of attributes and accomplishments, beginning with his positive, workmanlike attitude and his commitment to the game.  Regarded as a colorful character in the locker room, on the field he reveals a nasty and aggressive demeanor.  The three-time national champion as a member of the Crimson Tide built a reputation as smart and instinctive and a rare blend of power and athleticism at the guard position.  He started his final three seasons at Alabama at left guard, but he is expected to immediately assume the role at right guard as a rookie.  Warmack became the first offensive lineman selected by the Titans/Oilers in the first round since tackle Brad Hopkins (13th overall) in 1993 and the first guard selected by the club in the first round since Bruce Matthews (ninth overall) in 1983.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
•    During his time at Alabama, the Crimson Tide won three BCS National Championships, taking the title during his freshman (2009), junior (2011) and senior (2012) seasons.   
•    Warmack started the final 40 games of his college career at left guard, including all 14 contests as a senior in 2012.   
•    In the final game of his college career, Warmack turned in a dominating performance against the Notre Dame defense in a 42-14 win.  The Crimson Tide offense accumulated 529 yards and did not allow a sack en route to the BCS National Championship victory.  

TITANS TIDBITS:  
•    At Alabama, Warmack developed the custom of rolling up his jersey to just under the numbers as a way to stay cooler.  Soon, the fad became known as “Warmacking,” and fans began posting photos on social media of their exposed bellies.
•    Warmack spent time training prior to the 2013 NFL Draft with the Titans’ eventual fourth-round pick, center Brian Schwenke.
•    Warmack attended Westlake High School in Atlanta, Ga., where he was a teammate during his freshman and sophomore years with current Carolina
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.  

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
•    Raised in Atlanta, Ga., Warmack was selected by the Titans in the first round (10th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:
•    In a four-year career at Alabama, appeared in 45 games, including starts in his final 40 contests—every game his sophomore, junior and senior seasons—at left offensive guard.  Appeared in his first five college games as a reserve right guard.  The three-time national champion was credited with 49 touchdown-resulting blocks while clearing lanes for individual ball carriers to record 25 100-yard performances during his time in the starting lineup.  Also totaled 316 key blocks/knockdowns for the Tide.  

AS A SENIOR (2012), was a unanimous first-team All-American selection while helping Alabama to a national championship, starting all 14 contests along the way.  Added All-SEC first-team accolades, and rated the best interior lineman eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft by The NFL Draft Report.  Was penalized twice on 805 offensive plays, pacing a veteran-filled front wall with 37 pancakes, a total of 128 knockdowns/key blocks and 19 touchdown-resulting blocks.  Graded 90 percent or better for blocking consistency in eight games, finishing with a season average of 89.94 percent, the highest grade for any offensive guard in college football in 2012.  Blocked for 10 100-yard rushing performances, opening holes for a rushing offense that ranked 16th in the nation (227.5 yards per game), in addition to paving the way for the Tide to generate 445.5 yards per game in total offense.
•    Against Arkansas (9/15), helped the Tide gain 438 yards, including 225 rushing yards.  Posted 11 knockdowns and graded 91 percent, earning SEC Lineman of the Week honors.
•    At Missouri (10/13), cleared the way for a season-high 362 rushing yards and six touchdowns (533 yards of total offense), as both tailbacks Eddie Lacy (177 yards) and T.J. Yeldon (144) went over the century mark on the ground.
•    Against Mississippi State (10/27), again named SEC Lineman of the Week after grading 91 percent with 13 knockdowns, including one that dropped linebacker Jonathan Evans in the backfield on A.J. McCarron’s 37-yard scoring strike to Amari Cooper.  Also blocked for a unit that gained 414 yards of total offense, including 179 yards on the ground.
•    Against Auburn (11/24), had 13 key blocks and graded at 94 percent in a 49-0 Iron Bowl win, as the Tide rolled up 483 yards of total offense.
•    Against Notre Dame (1/7), helped Alabama secure its third national championship in Warmack’s tenure there.  Blocked for an offense that netted 529 yards, rushed for 265 yards, and did not allow a sack.  

AS A JUNIOR (2011), started all 13 games for the second consecutive season.  Named honorable mention All-American by Pro Football Weekly and second-team All-SEC by the league coaches.  Helped Alabama rank 16th nationally running the football with an average of 214.5 yards per game, while ranking 20th nationally in scoring offense (34.9 points per game) and 31st in total offense (429.6 yards per game).  The Tide scored 34 rushing touchdowns on the year.  Blocked for 11 100-yard rushers.
•    Against North Texas (9/17), opened holes for a season-high 347 rushing yards, including 100-yard games from Trent Richardson(167) and Eddie Lacy (161).  Richardson found the end zone three times while Lacy scored twice.
•    At Florida (10/1), named one of the coaching staff’s Offensive Players of the Week after clearing a path for 226 rushing yards and helping Trent Richardson rush for a career-best 181 yards and two touchdowns. Also helped the Tide not surrender a sack.
•    At Mississippi (10/15), named one of the Offensive Players of the Week by the Alabama coaching staff after helping to pave the way for Alabama to amass 389 yards on the ground.  Provided the holes for two 100-yard rushers in Trent Richardson (183 yards) and Jalston Fowler (125 yards).
•    Against Tennessee (10/22), helped offense total 437 yards and did not allow a sack as the Tide threw for 294 yards through the air, including a career-best 284 yards by A.J. McCarron.
•    At Mississippi State (11/12), named one of the Alabama Offensive Players of the Week after clearing a path for Trent Richardson’s 127 yards and Eddie Lacy’s 96 yards.
•    Against Louisiana State (1/9), helped the Crimson Tide secure its second national championship in three years, opening holes for 384 yards of total offense, including 234 through the air and 150 yards on the ground -- the most allowed by LSU during the 2011 season.  Cleared a path for Trent Richardson to rush for 96 yards and a touchdown.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010), took over the first-string left guard duties, starting all 13 games.  Helped the Crimson Tide rank 22nd nationally in total offense (444.08 yards per game).  Anchored an offensive line that provided time for the nation’s No. 4 quarterback in passing efficiency.  Blocked for five 100-yard rushers.
•    Against San Jose State (9/4), in his first career start, helped provide the holes for the Tide to rush for a total of 272 yards, including 113 by Eddie Lacy.  Helped provide the time for quarterback Greg McElroy to complete 13-of-16 passes.
•    At Duke (9/18), was named one of the Offensive Players of the Week by the coaching staff after helping Alabama amass 315 yards on the ground.
•    At Arkansas (9/25), helped provide the holes for the Tide to rush for 227 yards, including 157 by Mark Ingram.
•    Against Florida (10/2), was named the SEC Lineman of the Week by the conference office.
•    Against Mississippi State (11/13), named one of the Offensive Players of the Week by the Alabama coaching staff.  Helped provide the time for the Tide to throw for 277 yards and two touchdowns and amass 175 yards on the ground.
•    Against Michigan State (1/1), helped the Crimson Tide roll up 275 yards rushing, six rushing touchdowns and 546 yards of total offense in a 49-7 victory in the Capital One Bowl.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009), saw action in five games at guard as a true freshman.  
•    Against Florida International (9/12), saw his first career action in the home opener.
•     Graduated in December 2012 with a degree in communication studies.

PERSONAL:  
•    Single, splits time between Nashville and Atlanta.
•    Attended Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.) High School, where he averaged seven pancake blocks per game as a senior in 2008.  Rated by Rivals.com as the No. 20 offensive guard prospect in the country and the No. 29 player in the state of Georgia.  Also rated by ESPNU as the No. 16 offensive guard and an All-American in Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report.  
•    On Twitter: @chancewarmack
•    On Instagram: @warmackin
•     List of favorites: (movie) “End of Watch”; (TV show) “South Park”; (actor) Kerry Washington; (music artists) Kanye West, Foo Fighters, deadmau5; (school subjects) English, art and history; (car) Ford Expedition; (favorite athlete as a child) Larry Allen; (video game) Devil May Cry; (pro sports team as a child) Chicago Bulls; and (food) all kinds of food “except for potato salad.”
•    Born Chance S. Warmack in Detroit, Mich., on Sept. 14, 1991.
 
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 16 16
2013 TEN 16 16
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @PIT W 16-9
2 @HOU L 24-30
3 SD W 20-17
4 NYJ W 38-13
5 KC L 17-26
6 @SEA L 13-20
7 SF L 17-31
9 @STL W 28-21
10 JAC L 27-29
11 IND L 27-30
12 @OAK W 23-19
13 @IND L 14-22
14 @DEN L 28-51
15 ARI L 34-37
16 @JAC W 20-16
17 HOU W 16-10

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