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.
The Jaguars weren't a reported finalist but given the money and the fact that they were just one game from the Super Bowl, that deal looks much more enticing than the other options.
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Norwell, 26, will become the NFL's highest-paid guard, averaging $13.3 million in annual salary. Instead, he signed with Jacksonville during the Legal Tampering Period.
Either way, missing out on Norwell is a blow to general manager Dave Gettleman and the Giants, who expected to sign the All-Pro and begin retooling their disastrous offensive line.
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At the guard position, ex-Titans' Josh Kline could be an option for the Giants, but Tennessee is in talks to keep the 28-year-old in house.
The Chicago Bears were recently rumored to have interest in current Cleveland Browns and former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
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As Stapleton points out, Norwell joined the Panthers in 2014 as an undrafted free agent. However, in the end, the Bears have ultimately turned to the free agent market - which means not giving up running back Jordan Howard - in order to help soon-to-be second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.