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Washington Free Agency: Andrew Norwell officially signed

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Update: Contract details

Update: Norwell signed his deal

Washington lost RG Brandon Scherff in free agency to the Jacksonville Jaguars and released RG Ereck Flowers yesterday. This left a big hole on their offensive line. They are reportedly going to fill one of those openings with former Jaguars and Panthers guard Andrew Norwell. This was reportedly Washington’s plan after they decided to move on from Flowers.

Andrew Norwell is another familiar face, and former Carolina Panther that Washington Commanders Head Coach Ron Rivera will be comfortable adding. He was an undrafted free agent from Ohio State that the Panthers signed after the 2014 NFL draft. He became a starter in the 7th week of his rookie season, and has been one since then. Norwell started at least 11 games every season after that(averaging 14.5 games per season). He was a 1st team All Pro in his final year in Carolina. He signed a 5-year, $66.5 million free agent contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars the following year that made him the highest paid guard in the NFL at the time.

Updated depth chart