Chance Warmack is officially a holdout

Titans first-round pick absent on first day of training camp. Terry McCormick

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Tennessee Titans training camp started Thursday, but Chance Warmack, the team's first-round pick, was nowhere in sight, per

Warmack and the Titans are still agruing over offset language the team wants to include in the former University of Alabama guard's rookie contract.

With Warmack unavailable, Titans coach Mike Munchak was forced to mix and match a bit on the Tennessee offensive line Thursday. Rob Turner stepped in to run with the ones, getting some time at center and some at Warmack's projected right guard spot, swapping with Fernando Velasco, who is the favorite to be the team's starting center.

Munchak sounded cautiously optimistic that Warmack's deal could get done soon.

“Hopefully, that'll be tomorrow and Chance will be here by the weekend and now we can look at the full picture of who plays well next to each other, who the center is, who complements the left and right guard,” Munchak said.

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