Titans guard Chance Warmack becomes final 2013 draft pick to agree to terms on a contract

Brian McIntyre
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All 254 players selected in the 2013 NFL draft are now under contract as Tennessee Titans first-round guard Chance Warmack has agreed to terms on a four-year, $12,166,646 million rookie contract, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Titans rookies and veterans reported to training camp on July 24, but the team and Warmack's representatives (Roosevelt Barnes & Happy Walters) were still fighting over the inclusion of "offset language" in the contract. According to Schefter, the Titans have won the "offset" battle, while Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that Warmack will receive his entire $7,288,472 signing bonus by the end of 2013.

In 2012, the Titans were one of three teams to have an unsigned pick linger into the month of August. Wide receiver Kendall Wright, the No. 20 overall pick, did not sign his contract until Aug. 1, five days into the team's training camp. Wright only started five of 15 games, but led the Titans with 64 receptions, had 626 receiving yards and was tied for the team lead with four receiving touchdowns last season.

Warmack is expected to step in and immediately start at right guard.

With all 254 picks signed, sealed and delivered, here's a look at some of the financials:

As a group, the 254 players received signing bonuses totaling $300,147,132. That number was down a bit over the projections as Cleveland Browns seventh-round pick Armonty Bryant did not receive a signing bonus or any guaranteed money in his four-year, $2.22 million contract. Overall, the 2013 draft class received around $450 million in guaranteed money.

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