Commanders are expected to sign Andrew Norwell

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After losing guard Brandon Scherff in free agency to the Jaguars and releasing Ereck Flowers, the Commanders are close to bringing in a veteran starter for their offensive line.

According to multiple reports, Washington is expected to sign Andrew Norwell and the deal could be done as soon as later on Thursday.

Norwell spent the last four seasons with the Jaguars, starting 57 games for the club. He played all 17 games for Jacksonville last year.

Norwell heading to Washington is a reunion, as the offensive lineman started his career under head coach Ron Rivera with Carolina. He signed with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State in 2014 and started nine games as a rookie.

Norwell was a first-team All-Pro selection in 2017 for Carolina.

6 responses to “Commanders are expected to sign Andrew Norwell

  1. So a few fan favorites go out the door yesterday to make room for … yet another Carolina guy. Great.

  2. Play declines for too many guys once they get paid. Brady always took less and has 7 rings. What’s that tell you?

  3. Ereck Flowers played well at guard here in 2919 and 2021. Is Norwell better, and how does money factor in?

  4. It tells me Brady’s wife makes more than he does so maybe he could afford to take less

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