Jaguars come to terms with Andrew Norwell

Jaguars come to terms with Andrew Norwell

Jaguars come to terms with Andrew Norwell

Norwell has agreed to a five-year, $66 million deal with $30 million in guaranteed money.

It's a move that makes an anlready-solid offensive line for the Jaguars even stronger: led by rookie Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville had the top rushing offense in the league a year ago (2,262 yards, 4.3 yards per carry), and quarterback Blake Bortles had the best season of his career by far in terms of sacks.

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Norwell, 26, will become the NFL's highest-paid guard with an annual salary average of $13.3 million per season, the report notes.

The Panthers, who had already extended their other starting guard Trai Turner on a four-year, $45 million pact last July, weren't likely to invest more top-end cash at the same position.

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The Giants are a logical landing spot because former Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman took the same role this offseason and need to shore up the offensive line. Third-year player Joshua Garnett missed all of last season with a knee injury and is an uncertain fit in Kyle Shanahan's offense.

The Colts number one priority should be protecting Luck when he returns next season, and it appears they are trying to do just that by making a push for Norwell.

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