Former Carolina Panthers guard Andrew Norwell intends to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars on a five-year deal for $66.5 million, including $30 million fully guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
That "done deal" might not be as sure as everyone thought, as the Giants will apparently have some serious competition for Norwell's services.
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Now, Stapleton is hearing that Norwell has narrowed down his choices to three finalists, which includes the 49ers.
Both the 49ers and Colts have one advantage over the Giants now, which is money. Both the 49ers ($64 million) and Colts ($72 million) have a ton of cap space and can easily afford Norwell. Their cap space increased after the weekend release of cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and punter Brad Wing.
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Wolves are three points clear at the top of the Championship ahead of Tuesday's home clash with Reading. I would love to have their help. "I understand why they're doing that, to try and destabilise us".
Even though general manager Chris Ballard prefers to build through the draft, plugging holes in free agency is necessary and Norwell is a necessity to add this offseason.
Norwell was a mainstay at left guard since being inserted into the Panthers' starting lineup as an undrafted rookie in 2014.
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