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Jacksonville Jaguars Agree to Terms with Quarterback Trevor Lawrence


JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to terms on a contract extension with QB Trevor Lawrence, the team announced today.

"With this five-year extension, the vision we had when we selected Trevor first overall in 2021 has become a reality," said Jaguars General Manager Trent Baalke. "Our objectives have always been aligned. As an organization, we have consistently messaged the importance of extending our core players and Trevor is a foundational talent that we will continue to build around in our quest for a championship. With his talent, work ethic, leadership, and competitive drive we are confident the best is yet to come and are thrilled that he and Marissa will continue to make Jacksonville their home."

"I am beyond grateful to be able to continue my career in Jacksonville," Lawrence said. "My family and I love this city - it has become home to us and this solidifies that even more. We can't thank Mr. Khan, and everyone involved enough for their belief in me. I know that the best is yet to come and this is only the beginning. The drive to bring a championship to Duval is bigger than ever. Let's get it done."

During the 2023 season, he completed 370 passes becoming the only quarterback in franchise history to start his career with three seasons of at least 300 completions and the second quarterback in team history to record at least 300 completions in three consecutive seasons. He has been named AFC Offensive Player of the Week three times in his career, twice in 2022 (Week 3 and 12) and once in 2023 (Week 11).

The Cartersville, Ga. native has started in 50 of the Jaguars' 51 regular-season games since his rookie season, recording 1,116 completions for 11,770 yards and 58 touchdowns. He has also posted 205 rushing attempts for 964 yards and 11 touchdowns.