Jacksonville Jaguars should make a run at Josh Norman - ESPN.com
Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell had to be just as shocked as the rest of the football world Wednesday afternoon when the Carolina Panthers announced they were pulling the nonexclusive franchise tag from cornerback Josh Norman because they didn't believe they'd be able to work out a long-term deal. Then Caldwell should have smiled, picked up the phone, called Norman's agent, Michael George, and said, "Let's talk."
Josh Norman should be aggressively pursued by Jaguars - BigCatCountry.com
With Josh Norman hitting free agency, the Jacksonville Jaguars would be dumb to not pursue him.
Jaguars are top team of five candidates who would be good fit for Josh Norman - USAToday.com
Free agency died down weeks ago, but there are still a handful of teams that might have the desire and, perhaps more importantly, resources to make a run at Norman. Who might they be?
Josh Norman would make Jaguars' defense a contender - TheBigLead.com
Norman would likely want somewhere around $15 million a year and Jacksonville could more than manage that. The Jaguars are a team that is stockpiling talent on both sides of the football and signing Norman would announce to the world that they were finally ready to play with the big boys consistently.
Josh Norman makes perfect sense for Jacksonville Jaguars - Jacksonville.com
Last month, the Jaguars missed out on one of the top defensive free agents when pass rusher Olivier Vernon signed with the New York Giants. But in a shocking development Wednesday, another top player became available … and the Jaguars are in position to pounce.