Norman is expected to contend for the starting gig opposite of Tre'Davious White next season, a competition that will go on through the preseason this summer. He will potentially compete with second-year cornerback Levi Wallace, who has already started 23 games for the Bills, including all 16 regular season games in 2019. Although, Wallace is a free agent, along with Kevin Johnson, but it's Wallace that is expected to stay in Buffalo.
The Bills admitted at the NFL Scouting Combine that they have been in talks with Norman since he was released by the Washington Redskins on February 14th. And it was Norman's former head coach with Carolina, Ron Rivera, who had to inform him of the news at the time. The 32-year-old is best known for his time with Carolina, where he was an All-Pro in 2015, which landed him a five-year, $75 million contract. He went on to play four seasons with Washington under that deal and intercepted seven passes with eight forced fumbles before being cut. The cornerback now joins a Bills team that went 10-6 last season, but was ousted in an overtime thriller with the Houston Texans in the Wild Card round last January.