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Andrew Norwell
G #68
Height:
6-6
Weight:
325
Age:
24
College:
Ohio State
Hometown:
Cincinnati, Ohio
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2016):

G
3
GS
3
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 26 25
2016 CAR 3 3
2015 CAR 13 13
2014 CAR 10 9
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @DEN L 20-21
2 SF W 46-27
3 MIN L 10-22

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (5/16/14).

GP/GS
Career (23/22) [5/5]; 2015 (13/13) [3/3]; 2014 (10/9) [2/2].

2015
Started 13 games at left guard and was inactive for three games…Helped Carolina set team records with an NFL-leading 500 points scored and 59 touchdowns and gain a team-record 357 first downs…Contributed to offense that averaged a 31:44 time of possession, the third-highest mark in team history…Opened holes for Carolina to rank second in the NFL with 142.6 rushing yards per game…Inactive with a hamstring injury versus Green Bay (11/8), at Tennessee (11.5) and versus Washington (11/22)…POSTSEASON: Started at left guard in NFC Divisional Playoff versus Seattle (1/17), NFC Championship versus Arizona (1/24) and Super Bowl 50 versus Denver (2/7)…Vs. Indianapolis (11/2): Suffered a hamstring injury that forced him to miss the next three games…At New Orleans (12/6): Helped offense set a franchise record with 33 first downs, amass 497 total net yards, tied for the third-highest total in team history, and score six touchdowns, tied for the second-most in team history…Victory clinched the NFC South title for the third consecutive season…NFC Championship vs. Arizona (1/24): Efforts helped Carolina score 49 points, the second most points in a conference championship since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970…Contributed to offense that gained 476 total net yards, the second most in a postseason game in team history.

2014
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (5/16)...Played in 10 games with nine starts after being inactive for the first six games...Started at left guard in place of an injured Amini Silatolu versus Seattle (10/26) and versus New Orleans (10/30) and at right guard in place of an injured Trai Turner at Philadelphia (11/10) before moving back to left guard for the last six games...Opened holes for the Panthers to rank seventh in the NFL in rushing, including a league-leading 975 yards over the last five games...POSTSEASON: Started at left guard in NFC Wild Card versus Arizona (1/3) and NFC Divisional Playoff at Seattle (1/10)...At Green Bay (10/19): Made NFL debut and played left guard when Fernando Velasco moved to right guard following an injury to Trai Turner in the first quarter...Vs. Seattle (10/26): Made first NFL start...At New Orleans (12/7): Helped offense amass 497 yards - the third most in team history...Cleared paths for the Panthers to compile 271 yards rushing - the third highest total in team history...Vs. Cleveland (12/21): Joined wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, cornerback Bené Benwikere, safety Tre Boston, wide receiver Philly Brown, linebacker Adarius Glanton and guard Trai Turner as one of a team-record seven rookie starters.

COLLEGE
Played in 50 games with 39 starts at Ohio State...Three-time All-Big Ten Conference selection...Started final 34 games of career at left guard...2013 (Sr.): First-team All-Big Ten Conference choice...Started 14 games...Opened holes for the Buckeyes to rank fifth in the nation in rushing with an average of 308.6 yards per game, set a school record with an average of 6.8 yards per carry and score 45 rushing touchdowns, the third-highest total in school history...Part of unit that established school records with 637 points scored, 87 touchdowns and 38 touchdown passes...2012 (Jr.): First-team All-Big Ten Conference selection...Earned the team's co-offensive lineman of the year award...Started 12 games while helping the Buckeyes go undefeated...Cleared paths for the offense to finish 10th in the nation in rushing with an average of 242.2 yards rushing per game and lead the conference in scoring with an average of 37.1 points per game...2011 (So.): All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention...Started 13 games, opening the first five at left tackle before moving to left guard for the last eight...2010 (Fr.): Played in 11 games...Served as the primary backup at right tackle.

PERSONAL
Attended Anderson HS in Cincinnati, Ohio...Graduated from Ohio State with a degree in communications.

TRANSACTIONS
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (5/16/14).

GP/GS
Career (23/22) [5/5]; 2015 (13/13) [3/3]; 2014 (10/9) [2/2].

2015
Started 13 games at left guard and was inactive for three games…Helped Carolina set team records with an NFL-leading 500 points scored and 59 touchdowns and gain a team-record 357 first downs…Contributed to offense that averaged a 31:44 time of possession, the third-highest mark in team history…Opened holes for Carolina to rank second in the NFL with 142.6 rushing yards per game…Inactive with a hamstring injury versus Green Bay (11/8), at Tennessee (11.5) and versus Washington (11/22)…POSTSEASON: Started at left guard in NFC Divisional Playoff versus Seattle (1/17), NFC Championship versus Arizona (1/24) and Super Bowl 50 versus Denver (2/7)…Vs. Indianapolis (11/2): Suffered a hamstring injury that forced him to miss the next three games…At New Orleans (12/6): Helped offense set a franchise record with 33 first downs, amass 497 total net yards, tied for the third-highest total in team history, and score six touchdowns, tied for the second-most in team history…Victory clinched the NFC South title for the third consecutive season…NFC Championship vs. Arizona (1/24): Efforts helped Carolina score 49 points, the second most points in a conference championship since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970…Contributed to offense that gained 476 total net yards, the second most in a postseason game in team history.

2014
Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Carolina (5/16)...Played in 10 games with nine starts after being inactive for the first six games...Started at left guard in place of an injured Amini Silatolu versus Seattle (10/26) and versus New Orleans (10/30) and at right guard in place of an injured Trai Turner at Philadelphia (11/10) before moving back to left guard for the last six games...Opened holes for the Panthers to rank seventh in the NFL in rushing, including a league-leading 975 yards over the last five games...POSTSEASON: Started at left guard in NFC Wild Card versus Arizona (1/3) and NFC Divisional Playoff at Seattle (1/10)...At Green Bay (10/19): Made NFL debut and played left guard when Fernando Velasco moved to right guard following an injury to Trai Turner in the first quarter...Vs. Seattle (10/26): Made first NFL start...At New Orleans (12/7): Helped offense amass 497 yards - the third most in team history...Cleared paths for the Panthers to compile 271 yards rushing - the third highest total in team history...Vs. Cleveland (12/21): Joined wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, cornerback Bené Benwikere, safety Tre Boston, wide receiver Philly Brown, linebacker Adarius Glanton and guard Trai Turner as one of a team-record seven rookie starters.

COLLEGE
Played in 50 games with 39 starts at Ohio State...Three-time All-Big Ten Conference selection...Started final 34 games of career at left guard...2013 (Sr.): First-team All-Big Ten Conference choice...Started 14 games...Opened holes for the Buckeyes to rank fifth in the nation in rushing with an average of 308.6 yards per game, set a school record with an average of 6.8 yards per carry and score 45 rushing touchdowns, the third-highest total in school history...Part of unit that established school records with 637 points scored, 87 touchdowns and 38 touchdown passes...2012 (Jr.): First-team All-Big Ten Conference selection...Earned the team's co-offensive lineman of the year award...Started 12 games while helping the Buckeyes go undefeated...Cleared paths for the offense to finish 10th in the nation in rushing with an average of 242.2 yards rushing per game and lead the conference in scoring with an average of 37.1 points per game...2011 (So.): All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention...Started 13 games, opening the first five at left tackle before moving to left guard for the last eight...2010 (Fr.): Played in 11 games...Served as the primary backup at right tackle.

PERSONAL
Attended Anderson HS in Cincinnati, Ohio...Graduated from Ohio State with a degree in communications.