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Seahawks reportedly add to offensive line again with Chance Warmack

Chance Warmack won a Super Bowl as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. (Getty)

The Seahawks have focused on their offensive line so far in free agency, and that reportedly continued Sunday.

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Seattle has agreed to terms with offensive guard Chance Warmack, according to ESPN.

Warmack, 28, is a 6-foot-2, 323-pound lineman with six years of NFL experience. Tennessee made him the 10th overall pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Alabama, and he spent the first four years of his career with the Titans. He started all 48 games he played for Tennessee, including all 16 in each of the 2013 of 2014 seasons. He missed two games in 2015, however, and played only in the first two games of 2016, landing on injured reserve due to a hand injury.

The Titans declined the fifth-year option on Warmack’s rookie deal, and prior to the 2017 season Warmack signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles. He went on to play 11 games that season, three of which he started. The Eagles signed him to a one-year extension in September 2017, and he played in Philadelphia’s Super Bowl victory over New England. He saw action in nine games in 2018, none of which he started.

Warmack did not play in the NFL in 2019.

In 68 career NFL games, Warmack has primarily played right guard, with some action at left guard also under his belt.

Warmack joins B.J. Finney, Brandon Shell and Cedric Ogbuehi as lineman reported to be signed by the Seahawks since free agency officially began last Wednesday.

The Seahawks lost offensive lineman George Fant in free agency to the New York Jets. Germain Ifedi and Mike Iupati remain free agents.

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