Chance Warmack Visited San Diego Chargers

Sep 15, 2012; Fayetteville, AR, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron (10) audibles at the line behind offensive lineman Chance Warmack (65) during the game against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Alabama defeated Arkansas 52-0. Mandatory Credit: Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports

The San Diego Chargers invited Alabama OG Chance Warmack out to town, per Darren Smith. He went out with a few Chargers players and had some In-N-Out and rocked out 2 double doubles, animal style. Now I am ready to grub down on some animal fries at 9am in the morning!

Chance Warmack is definitely a possibility for the Chargers with the number 11 selection. Can’t go wrong with that selection. Warmack is one of the few players from this draft that should make a smooth transition to the Pros.

Personally, I would love Warmack to be beating down on some defenders and bringing that attitude to the offensive line. He would help out Philip Rivers and Ryan Mathews and could definitely help the rest of his teammates on the offensive line.

Get me that mauler. Get me that guy that will fill Kris Dielman‘s spot on the offense. Bring that attitude over to the offense.

13 more days and we will figure out what is going to happen for us.

Topics: Alabama, Chance Warmack, San Diego Chargers

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  • Rob Base

    That would be sick if our Bolts got him! Now I’m going to In-N-Out burger thanks Ernie! :)

    • Ernie Padaon

      im telling you…. i probably will end up there this weekend, just because i posted this! love me some animal fries. just me being a fatty!

    • RussinSactown

      Chance just chose my lunch today! Double Double Animal Style!

      • BlueBoltFan

        I feel sorry for poor SOBs on the east coast that just don’t know…they think they’ve got it made with White Castle. Bleh.

    • Peter Thompson

      I ate there last Sunday… Mmmmmm. I am a club DJ & promoter, and I fly out of state talent in. They always ask to go to In-N-Out.. Lol.

  • tubbs45

    Beast of a guard, if we can get the flexibility by getting an OT in free agency. I don’t think any of the second round tackles are starters out of the gates…

    • boltingindiego

      i wouldn’t mind getting a 1 year stop gap ot and picking up a future lt in the 2nd.

  • Bigfat55

    Warmack would be great !

  • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

    Nice, hoping to see that beautiful belly in powder blue.

    • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

      Hey who gave me a dislike? His belly is legendary!

      • Ernie Padaon

        hahahaha…. it is all about the belly

    • thegorn

      His belly is lovable. Troutman’s is just fat.

  • RussinSactown

    Warmack and Armstead! The left side would be solid!

    • TheReturnOfMrBlanks

      That would be the ideal 1 – 2 punch right there.

      • BlueBoltFan

        I’m actually a slightly bigger fan of Johnathan Cooper because of his athleticism and versatility, but if we walked away with either of the top guards and Armstead or Menelick Watson I’d be pretty happy with this draft.

    • Stefanie Smith

      Oh man, that would work. Rivers would be in heaven.

    • joerockt

      Not sure if I like this. By going with Armstead in the second, we’re passing up some solid DB’s and RB’s. This guy also played for a small time school, so the competition wasn’t as fierce. I would rather go with the best possible player at this point, I think this guy would be a reach.

      • tubbs45

        Well I think we can still find a cb/RB third and down, but we do have to fix that line ASAP. Next years draft we will need our future secondary player(s). To get a real potential starter, ya gotta get them in the first IMO.

    • tubbs45

      I just don’t see armstead starting, not in the beginning anyways. Warmack could step in right away, tackle from a small school may take a while. I still think that bodes well for the future of the team!

  • Sergio Quintero

    If the chargers stay at 11, I think Warmack is the most probable pick. Agree with Russell I really like Warmack & Armstead combo.

  • Aaron Lane

    Armstead and Warmack would be a major boost to the left side of the O-line. Then hopefully Troutman has a monster year at RG and we get Pugh or Quisennerry to take over for Clary.

  • tbell11

    I guess warmack will be the pick but I dont think armstead will be our 2nd rounder because telesco said he doesn’t want project players.

    • boltingindiego

      i think thats a bluff for other teams.

  • thegorn

    Surprising development for sure and I would like Warmack and Armstead on our left side. Nevertheless, it raises a question: If we’re good with Warmack, why did we let Vasquez go so easily?

    • boltingindiego

      wasn’t worth the money that denver paid him. Reinhardt or troutman are more than capable to replace him on the right with war on the left.

      • Stefanie Smith

        What? Wasn’t worth the money?

        • boltingindiego

          hes an average guard not worth almost 6 mil a year

          • Ernie Padaon


  • James P Derrick

    You know, I remember all the hype when Vazquez was drafted…He was supposed to be a road grader….How’d that work out??? He didn’t impress me that much….This OL needs Maulers…Rabid ones that bring attitude backed by solid play….fingers crossed….Go Chargers!!!

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