“We have looked into (Norman) and even talked to him,” Beane told the team’s website. “Nothing more than that. I’m sure he may have some other teams that he’s looking at beyond Buffalo. Probably a similar situation to Greg Olsen, he’s in a spot where he’ll be able to choose where he wants to go. I don’t know what his plan will be of whether we’ll come to any type of agreement.”
The Redskinsfreed up $12.5 million in cap space by releasing Norman, 32, on Feb. 14 before the final year of his contract. Norman started off hot for Washington in 2016 but his production dropped off after that, and Pro Football Focus graded him as one of the league’s worst cornerbacks in 2019.
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