Titans rookie guard Chance Warmack agreed to a deal worth $12 million. (Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
The Tennessee Titans and 10th overall pick Chance Warmack agreed to a deal Monday, ending the rookie guard's five day holdout, the team announced.
The Titans had been rotating Fernando Velasco and Rob Turner at right guard while waiting for Warmack to sign his deal.
The four-year deal is worth $12,166,646 with a fifth-year team option. The contract also includes offset language, and sets Warmack's signing bonus at $7,228,472. All of the top 10 ten players selected in April's NFL draft have now signed their rookie deals.
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Warmack will receive $5 million at time of signing and get the rest by the end of the year.
Warmack was a three-year starter at the University of Alabama, starting in 45 games during his college career.