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Former Top Pick Reunites With Stoutland

Posted Mar 9, 2017

The Eagles not only bolstered the wide receiver position on the first day of free agency, but added to the offensive line by agreeing to terms on a one-year deal with former No. 10-overall draft pick Chance Warmack.

The 6-2, 323-pound Warmack has made 48 career starts at right guard during his first four NFL seasons. He reunites with offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland, who was with Warmack at the University of Alabama. Warmack started the final 40 games of his college career at left guard and was a unanimous first-team All-America selection as a senior in 2012. The Crimson Tide won three national titles during Warmack's time in Tuscaloosa.

Warmack was an immediate starter in Tennessee, lining up in all 32 games over his first two seasons. He missed two games in 2015, and was placed on Injured Reserve following two games of the 2016 campaign with a finger injury.

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