According to an early Tuesday morning report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Bears are now expected to sign former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson.
Norwell's new contract will pay out at an average of $13.3 million per season, slightly edging out Los Angeles Chargers left tackle Russell Okung-whose current agreement brings in a $13.25 million salary-for the highest annual income of any offensive lineman. It was known that the Panthers couldn't retain Norwell, and many assumed Norwell was bound for NY to reunite with Dave Gettleman, the former Panthers GM who signed him in free agency after he went undrafted in 2014. But after four seasons with the Carolina Panthers, he's moving on.
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Norwell, 26, was signed by the Panthers as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He was named a first-team All-Pro in 2017 and has started all but one of his 55 game appearances over his four National Football League seasons, including 16 starts in each of the last two seasons.
San Francisco last season allowed 43 sacks, tied for the seventh most in the NFL.