Former Panthers OG Andrew Norwell Expected To Sign With Jacksonville


According to Pro Football Focus, he was the only lineman not to allow a sack or quarterback hit in 2017.

The NFL rumors have been swirling around free agency, especially the future of offensive guard Andrew Norwell and where he will play in 2018.

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According to an early Tuesday morning report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Bears are now expected to sign former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson.

Norwell, 26, has been one of the NFL's best guards during his four seasons in Carolina.

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PFT has learned, via a league source, that Norwell intends to sign a contract with the Jaguars when the new league year starts on Wednesday afternoon. Ian Rapoport of has since reported that the newly inked pact is a three-year deal worth $42 million with $25 million coming in the form of guaranteed money. Third-year player Joshua Garnett missed all of last season with a knee injury and is an uncertain fit in Kyle Shanahan's offense. It also strikes a blow to the Giants as General Manager Dave Gettleman drafted Norwell in Carolina and hoped to make him the centerpiece of an overhauled offensive line in his first offseason in his new job. He was sacked 55 and 51 times in his first two seasons.

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