Packers currently sit top of NFC North with six wins from their first seven games, a record which has been built on the good form of Rodgers, while Panthers have started the season 7-0 to top NFC South.
Norman knows that Rodgers has the ability to make his side pay when the franchises meet for the first time this season on Sunday.
"He is the guy that, if you are looking for a franchise quarterback, he will come to the top of your mind," ESPN quotes Norman as saying. "His mobility is superb. His pocket presence is unreal. And his throwing on the run; I mean, [it is] the greatest.
"I am sitting back there watching film on this guy and the stuff that he is able to do, man, I am going to have to plaster all night and not take any plays off. The dude is crazy.
"He is looking one way off and he knows that he is coming back to that side the whole time. He is just moving the safeties with his zoom eyes. This dude is unreal. He has won Super Bowls. He makes teams pay."
Rodgers completed 19 of 22 pass attempts for 255 yards and three touchdowns in three quarters against the Panthers last season.