NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans have a strong track record when it comes to drafting offensive guards in the first round.
Alabama's Chance Warmack wants to make sure he keeps the trend going.
Tennessee continued reconstructing the interior of its offensive line Thursday by selecting Warmack with the 10th overall pick in the NFL draft, the first time the Titans have used a first-round selection on an offensive lineman since taking Illinois' Brad Hopkins with the 13th overall pick in 1993.
Going back to the Titans' previous history as the Houston Oilers, the franchise had drafted a guard in the first round twice before since 1971. The Oilers took Munchak out of Penn State with the eighth overall pick in 1982 and used the ninth overall selection on Southern California's Bruce Matthews in 1983.
Munchak and Matthews both ended up in the Hall of Fame. Now they'll get to work with Warmack on a daily basis, since Munchak is the Titans' head coach and Matthews the offensive line...