The Ravens could find themselves in need to again shuffle their offensive line. Ricky Wagner has reportedly already rebuffed the Ravens first offer, per Jason La Canfora. The dominos that would be due to fall could see Alex Lewis moved to right tackle, as he manned the blind side in college, and could be better suited for it as his leverage issues would not be as pronounced in the run game.
If Wagner leaves and Lewis kicks outside, the Ravens will have a whole at guard. Chance Warmack could fill that hole. While he missed most of last season with injury, Warmack presents the oustanding athleticism coveted in guards for teams that run a power scheme. His mobility would make him the designated puller on counter runs.
The Ravens are in transition. Last season's run game saw a lot more gap blocking concepts, espetially with Kenneth Dixon in the backfield. If the Ravens want to keep going in that direction, adding a guard like Warmack could help in that area.
But even if he is added, Warmack does not walk in the building as a starter. While he is athletic and mobile, he lacks functional strength and is not always stout at the point of attack or against the bull rush. Andy Benoit of the MMQB compares him to Raven Vlad Ducasse. Warmack could prove to be a good rotation piece at the very least and a potential starter with potential at the most.