NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Titans have wrapped up their first five days of training camp with no sign of a deal yet with top draft selection Chance Warmack, and coach Mike Munchak's patience is starting to wear a bit thinner.
Warmack has missed four practices. The Titans are taking Monday off, so there's still time for an agreement that could have the No. 10 draft pick out of Alabama on the field by Tuesday night.
Munchak said Sunday night it doesn't seem very complicated to him. The Hall of Fame offensive lineman says the missed time definitely hurts Warmack because the Titans have accomplished a lot the past five days. The Titans have slotted Warmack into their starting lineup at right guard.
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