JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 22 (UPI) -- It wont just be Super Bowl contenders fighting for the services of Josh Norman, the up-and-coming pack is also eyeing the cornerback.
"There is a continuing interest...we do our due diligence. We do our homework," General Manager Dave Caldwell told Jacksonville Jaguars public relations senior manager Tad Dickman.
Revis signed a five-year, $70.1 million deal last year, with $39 million in guaranteed cash. Revis' deal is larger than Arizona Cardinals' Patrick Peterson and Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman, but contains less money guaranteed. Norman would have made $13.952 million under the franchise tag.
.@Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell on interest in CB Josh Norman:— Tad Dickman (@Tdickman89) April 22, 2016
"There is a continuing interest...we do our due diligence. We do our homework."
The San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans, Chicago Bears, and Washington Redskins have also expressed interest in the 28-year-old cornerback. Norman will visit the Redskins, a team that has already made an offer, on Friday, according to Pro Football Talk.