ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Titans have reached an agreement with first-round pick Chance Warmack on a four-year contract.
- Warmack will make $12.17 million over the course of four years.
- The contract is fully guaranteed and includes offset language.
Warmack was the final rookie holdout, but it was really only a matter of time before the two sides came to an agreement. The new CBA takes away a lot of leverage for rookies entering the league, so the recent holdouts have been related to the offset language included in rookie contracts.
Warmack looks to have a good shot at starting day-one for the Titans, assuming of course he’s able to perform during the preseason and training camp.