49ers linked to top free agent offensive lineman Andrew Norwell

Florence Fletcher
March 14, 2018

But the Jaguars turned up as the surprise suitors for Norwell, signing the consistent left guard to a five-year deal worth up to $66.5 million, according to reports. He is going to become NFL's highest paid guard - $13.3 million average.

On Monday, Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com reported hearing that the San Francisco 49ers were "linked to" the top free agent guard about to hit free agency, Andrew Norwell.

Norwell started all 16 games at left guard for Carolina past 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. Former Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman was attempting to lure Norwell to the Giants as part of a rebuilt offensive line. But after four seasons with the Carolina Panthers, he's moving on. He has appeared in 55 games (54 starts) during his career.

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Norwell immediately solidifies the left side of the Jacksonville line that already had Cam Robinson at left tackle.

Norwell, 26, was signed by the Panthers as an undrafted free agent in 2014.

While such an injury occurred as a result of his only catch of the season, the 24-year-old tallied just the lone reception, which went for 17 yards.

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