NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with offensive guard Chance Warmack, who had been the last remaining unsigned first-round draft pick.
The Titans announced Monday that Warmack had agreed to a deal, but did not release any details of the contract. Warmack sent out a tweet saying, "Time to get to work! (hash)Blessed."
The Tennessean reported the former Alabama All-American has agreed to a four-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.
Warmack, the 10th overall pick in the draft, was a three-year starter at Alabama who was part of three national championship teams during his college career.
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