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Jaguars have “continuing interest” in Josh Norman

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CHARLOTTE, NC - SEPTEMBER 27: Josh Norman #24 and Bene’ Benwikere #25 of the Carolina Panthers celebrate after Norman’s game-saving interception of a pass to Brandin Cooks #10 of the New Orleans Saints in the end zone during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 27, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Panthers won 27-25. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

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Cornerback Josh Norman is in Washington for a visit with the Redskins, so he may not be a free agent by the time Passover gets underway on Friday evening.

If he does end the visit without a contract, the Jaguars may try to bring him in for a chat. General Manager Dave Caldwell said Friday that the team has its eyes on Norman as a potential addition to the roster.

“There is a continuing interest ... we do our due diligence. We do our homework,” Caldwell said on “Jaguars Today” on 1010XL.

The Jaguars have plenty of cap space to work with if they have a chance to make an offer to Norman and their defense would certainly benefit from adding him to their secondary. The 49ers also have a lot of money to spend and are also thought to be making a push to sign Norman, although we’ll again note that he might not be on the market for much longer if things go well during Friday’s visit.