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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) –There were two former Alabama football players, Chance Warmack and Dee Milliner, who were drafted by NFL team who had not agreed to their contracts entering Monday.
On Monday, Warmack agreed to terms on a 4-year contract with the Tennessee Titans worth $12 million and $7 million in signing bonuses.
The former Alabama defensive end did not agree with the offset language, which prompted his delay to ink the deal.
In the same day, Milliner also agreed to a 4-year contract deal with the New York Jets worth $12 million.