COMPETITION IS HEALTHY FOR ALL
The Seattle Seahawks have signed another offensive line showing their commitment to creating competition and depth on the O-line position. Head coach Pete Carroll and John Schneider have always believed in competition and no doubt that is the path they are taking with signing their fourth offensive line. Chance Warmack was signed by the Seahawks according to his agent Ron Slavin and Mike Garafolo.
Warmack was a 2013 first-round draft pick by the Tennessee Titans and spend his first four years with the Titans before moving on to the Philadelphia Eagles were he spent two injury-riddled years with the Eagles starting three games in 2017 and participated in 7 offensive snaps in 2018. Warmack sat out the 2019 season and is looking for a fresh start with the Seahawks.
If he is to make the team Warmack’s chance will depend on his health and versatility. Sitting out a year in the NFL is a gamble that can go either way. Warmack was drafted as a right guard and spent his four years at that position with the Titans and Eagles. In 2017 Warmack played 11 games with the Eagles at left guard and saw three starts.
The Seahawks have signed four offensive lineman guard B.J Finney , tackles Brandon Shell, and Cedric Ogbuehi. George Fant signed a four year deal with the New York Jets and former first round draft pick Germain Ifedi remains unrestricted free agent along with Mike Lupati .