Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 1/10 - Chance Warmack, G, 6-2, 325, Alabama...The Titans had targeted Warmack for a while as a way to finishing fixing their offensive line, which was horrible last year. Warmack will step right in and start immediately at right guard. QUOTE TO NOTE: "It was like I was coming home. I feel like I'm coming to a super organization. It feels like family to me." - Titans first-round pick Chance Warmack on being drafted by Tennessee 10th overall. - The Sports Xchange
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04/29/13 - A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 1/10 - Chance Warmack, G, 6-2, 325, Alabama...The Titans had targeted Warmack for a while as a way to finishing fixing their offensive line, which was horrible last year. Warmack will step right in and start immediately at right guard. QUOTE TO NOTE: "It was like I was coming home. I feel like I'm coming to a super organization. It feels like family to me." - Titans first-round pick Chance Warmack on being drafted by Tennessee 10th overall. - The Sports Xchange
04/29/13 - Warmack's destiny was with Titans...Many of the mock drafts that came along naturally matched up Alabama guard Chance Warmack with the Tennessee Titans, who had the 10th pick in the draft. The Titans' offensive line was horrible last season, and even though they had signed Buffalo Bills free agent Andy Levitre to a $46 million free-agent package to play left guard, there still was a need to find a right guard.
With Warmack on the board, the Titans jumped at a player who made a great impression upon them not only on film and at the NFL Combine and his pro day, but also in a private workout that included head coach Mike Munchak and offensive line coach Bruce Matthews. "Bruce and I met him at the Combine, and we went down to Alabama to work him out and we got a chance to spend a lot of time with him," Munchak said. "We watched a lot of tape with him, which made us feel very comfortable with him. Even in the NFL, you don't see the kind of power he has, the ability to move the line of scrimmage. To me, he's the complete package. He loves the game and he has a passion for it." - The Sports Xchange
04/29/13 - It was interesting that when asked about that workout, Warmack revealed that three teams had actually asked for a private workout, but he consented only to work out for the Titans in front of Hall of Fame linemen Munchak and Matthews. "This is a dream come true. I was definitely thinking what would it be like if I played for Tennessee," Warmack said. "The o-line coaches, the fact that their running backs are great. You have a quarterback that can get the job done, run or pass and their style of play is physical - run first," the former Crimson Tide star said. "And it's three hours from my home." - The Sports Xchange
04/29/13 - Matthews admitted he is usually not sold on offensive linemen who are accompanied by a lot of hype, which Warmack definitely was, playing on three national championship teams at Alabama. But Warmack quickly sold him. "I go in very skeptical on linemen that I've heard about. Usually they're a product of the team they played on - Alabama having such a great tradition and on such a hot streak that you kind of think, 'Well, they've got a bunch of other guys on the team pumping him up.' I went in very skeptical wanting to shoot him down at every turn and really I think what sold me on him was every time I was with him, I got excited about the opportunity to watch him play. He has the demeanor and the mindset that we're looking for and what we want to accomplish up front." That mindset and the play of the Titans offensive line should be vastly different this season as Warmack becomes the final piece of the puzzle in reworking that unit this offseason. "His physical style of play and his power (fit us). That's what the right guard position calls for," general manager Ruston Webster said. - The Sports Xchange
04/25/13 - DANE BRUGLER'S FINAL 2013 DRAFT BOARD: 6. OG Chance Warmack, Alabama (6-2, 317, 4SR)...Warmack is a physical mauler with the natural bend and movement skills to block on the move. He won't be drafted as high as his talent due to positional value. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com