Found May 11, 2013 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. Bright-eyed and raring to go, the Tennessee Titans incoming class of drafted players and undrafted free agents donned team jerseys and hit the practice field late Friday afternoon for the first time as professionals. For first-round draft pick Chance Warmack, it was finally a chance for the former Alabama guard to get a feel for what it will be like to be coached by not one, but two Pro Football Hall of Fame linemen. It was a great experience, Warmack said of the direct tutoring from Titans head coach Mike Munchak and offensive line coach Bruce Matthews. They each paid particular attention Friday to their incoming crop of offense linemen that also includes center Brian Schwenke, a fourth-round draft pick out of California. (Its) just learning from those guys, learning different techniques and the tempo you need to run in the NFL, just picking their brains, asking them questions to help me improve as a better player, Warmack added. You are going to go through som...
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