49ers among finalists to land All-Pro guard Andrew Norwell, per report

Carrie Guzman
March 14, 2018

Norwell and the Jaguars have agreed to a five-year, $66.5 million, with $30 million fully guaranteed deal.

In an offseason full of uncertainty for the Carolina Panthers, the one sure bet to make was the departure of Andrew Norwell.

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

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"Norwell represents Gettleman's greatest hit as GM in Carolina, as he has ascended from undrafted free agent out of Ohio State to All-Pro status in a contract year in 2017", wrote Stapleton on Monday morning. But, here's how this all breaks down. He was a full-time starter in 2015-17, and named first-team All-Pro for this past season.

Norwell started all 16 games at left guard for Carolina previous year for the second straight season but the Panthers elected not to place the franchise tag on the former 2014 undrafted free agent out of Ohio State. The Jaguars, meanwhile, are coming off a season which would see them finish 5th and 6th in total points and yards, respectively. Third-year player Joshua Garnett missed all of last season with a knee injury and is an uncertain fit in Kyle Shanahan's offense.

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