Chance Warmack may eventually end up in Seattle, after all. Per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN:
OG and former top-10 pick Chance Warmack is visiting the #Seahawks, per sources -- the same team that released him Feb. 8 after he voluntarily opted out of 2020. But the team is keeping the door open with a physical and potential re-signing for the 29-year-old.— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) April 7, 2021
The former 10th overall pick out of Alabama in 2013, Chance Warmack is familiar to Seahawks fans after signing with the team last offseason before electing to opt out due to the pandemic. As Fowler mentions above, and as Field Gulls’ own Willie Keeler wrote about previously, the Hawks had recently released Warmack on February 8th, as opting out last year tolled his contract to this season. Prior to his short stint with the Hawks, Warmack spent his first four seasons in Tennessee before playing a couple years with the Eagles.
The Seahawks ended up rolling with Mike Iupati and Damien Lewis as the primary starters at guard in 2020. While Iupati retired, Damien Lewis had a great rookie season and recent arrival Gabe Jackson is expected to take over opposite him. If Chance Warmack does end up returning to the Hawks in 2021, he would be competing for a roster spot on at a position that currently features Jordan Simmons, Phil Haynes, and Jamarco Jones, as well.