The Coastal Carolina graduate arrived in Redskins after spending four seasons with the Panthers. Originally, Charlotte's organization had placed the franchise label, but decided to co-pedal on the decision not to accept a contract extension which allowed Norman to access the free agency.
defensive exit 32 is driven by a weak performance that he showed in 2019. During the campaign only participated in 12 engagements, including eight at entry, where he obtained 40 tackles, a bag and an interception. In addition, ProFootballFocus called it 191 cornerback from a list of 199 players.
Now Norman is struggling task of finding a team that is ready to sign a veteran defensive back (whose performance could start to decrease) and who aspires to an inaccessible salary.
Rivera, the centerpiece of his dismissal?
Although Ron Rivera has worked with Norman for four seasons, the end of his working relationship in Caroline could lead the Redskins coach to make the decision to part from the player to avoid another conflict in the Washington locker room.