Chance Warmack has returned to the NFL after taking the 2019 season off to get healthy. Warmack has been signed by the Seattle Seahawks to a one-year contract. The Seahawks will be Warmack's third team of his NFL career.

Warmack was a first-round draft pick of the Tennessee Titans in 2013. He then signed with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017 with two consecutive one-year contracts. Warmack won Super Bowl LII with the Eagles as a backup guard and special-teamer. He has started in 51 of his 68 games in the NFL. Warmack has earned $16 million over the course of his NFL career according to overthecap.com.

He wont three National Championships and two SEC championships during his time at Alabama. He was named an All-American and First-Team All-SEC in 2012. He was named to the Second-Team All-SEC in 2011.

Warmack was a three-star prospect out of Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia in the class of 2009.

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