Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Guard Andrew Norwell expected to sign with Jaguars

Guard Andrew Norwell expected to sign with Jaguars

Likely the biggest need for the Indianapolis Colts is on the offensive line and it seems they are finalists for the top option on the market in guard Andrew Norwell. The deal is set to count five years and $66.5 million, with $30 million fully guaranteed.

Norwell's decision not to sign with Giants GM Dave Gettleman, who signed him originally as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State in 2014, puts re-signing Big Blue free agent guard Justin Pugh back on the table.

Offensive lineman Andrew Norwell #68 of the Carolina Panthers waits for the snap on the line of scrimmage against the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Coliseum on November 6, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

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How much cap space do Giants have? However, Solder is considering an offer from the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple reports.

Norwell was arguably the best pass protecting guard in the National Football League in 2017 and while the Carolina Panthers wanted him to return, they already had too much money tied up at other positions.

Pugh would benefit greatly from settling into a starting job at the right guard position, but he is set to become an unrestricted free agent on Wednesday at 4p.m.

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