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Titans agree to contract with first-round draft pick Warmack

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The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a contract with Chance Warmack, the team's first-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and the last remaining unsigned first-round draft pick in the league.

Warmack, a 6'2", 317 offensive guard, played on three national championship teams at Alabama and started on the 2011 and 2012 title-winning squads. He was a unanimous first-team All-America selection last season and graded at 90 percent or better in eight games.

The Titans have Monday off from training camp practice, so Warmack will hit the field with his new teammates on Tuesday. He's missed the team's first five days of training camp, including four days of practices while waiting for a contract deal.

Warmack sent out a tweet saying, "Time to get to work! #Blessed."

Details on the deal were not immediately released, but The Tennessean reported Warmack has agreed to a 4-year contract that features a fifth-year team option and has a total value of $12.17 million, including a $7.2 million signing bonus.

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