Chance Warmack signs one-year deal with Philadelphia Eagles


The deal on Friday comes a day after Philadelphia added wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith and right guard Chance Warmack.

The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed on a three-year contract with offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski.

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The Titans drafted Warmack 10th overall out of Alabama in 2013 and quickly plugged him into the starting lineup.

The 27-year-old was a second-round pick by the Oakland Raiders in 2011, and he went on to start 61 games for them in four seasons, primarily at center. If the roster were to stay in its current form, Barbre and Seumalo would likely duke it out for the left guard job, with Warmack entering the mix as a third option at the position.

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Stoutland is Philadelphia's offensive-line coach. Warmack figures to have a backup role or possibly compete at left guard.

The signing of Warmack makes you wonder what the Eagles will do with center Jason Kelce.

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Entering his seventh season in the National Football League, the Penn State product has started 83 games at the National Football League level, spending his first four seasons with Oakland (where he was a second-round pick in 2011) before playing for Jacksonville in 2015.