The Eagles have added former Titans offensive lineman Chance Warmack on one-year deal worth $1.51 million. A move that addes some depth and competition for Philadelphia at the outset of free agency. 

Warmack, started at right guard all 48 games he has played in the NFL, but played in only two games in 2016 because of a hand injury that required surgery to repair a torn tendon in his hand. Tennessee declined to retain the services of the 10th overall pick out of Alabama in 2013.

The Eagles have all five starters currently under contract, but adding Warmack could give them some flexibility to try to make a move on draft day with Allen Barbre and Jason Kelce possible trades options.

The move reunites Warmack with his former college offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland, when he earned first-team All-American honors as a senior. He did so while playing left guard - he has played right guard while in the NFL.



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