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Seahawks release lineman Chance Warmack

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The Seattle Seahawks have released offensive lineman Chance Warmack before he ever even appeared in a game for Seattle. Warmack sat out last year like many others due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic and while he was only on a one-year contract, his contract tolled into next season and Seattle opted not to bring him back.

Warmack came to Seattle with some hope of competing for one of the interior o-line spots that were open due to Justin Britt and fellow former Alabama guard DJ Fluker leaving, but after spending all of 2019 as a free agent he would have to wait another year as he sat out 2020.

Warmack hits the free-agent market with an impressive resume and is still just 29 years old. He was a top-10 pick after winning the national titles under Nick Saban at Alabama and was the Tennessee Titans’ starting right guard for the duration of his rookie contract. However, he was rather underwhelming and signed with the Eagles in free agency where he spent two years as a backup guard and won another title (Super Bowl LII).