According to Pro Football Focus, he was the only lineman to not allow a sack or quarterback hit last season, which earned him All-Pro honors for the first time in his career. Ian Rapoport of NFL.com has since reported that the newly inked pact is a three-year deal worth $42 million with $25 million coming in the form of guaranteed money. 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.
As Stapleton points out, Norwell joined the Panthers in 2014 as an undrafted free agent. Third-year player Joshua Garnett missed all of last season with a knee injury and is an uncertain fit in Kyle Shanahan's offense.
The Colts number one priority should be protecting Luck when he returns next season, and it appears they are trying to do just that by making a push for Norwell.
So where do the Giants turn now for much-needed offensive line help?