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Trevor Lawrence Agrees to Contract Extension with Jaguars

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JACKSONVILLE – The quarterback will be the quarterback for the long-term.

Trevor Lawrence, the Jaguars' starting quarterback the past three seasons, on Friday agreed terms on a five-year contract extension that will keep him with the organization for the foreseeable future. Terms were not disclosed.

"With this five-year extension, the vision we had when we selected Trevor first overall in 2021 has become a reality," Jaguars General Manager Trent Baalke said in a statement. "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."

The Jaguars announced the extension Friday.

"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 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."

Jaguars Owner Shad Khan said in a statement he was "delighted that we've agreed to terms on a contract extension for Trevor Lawrence.

"Trevor and Trent Baalke both deserve immense credit for their determination over the offseason to reach a deal that will provide long-term benefits to our football team, the Jacksonville community and our fans everywhere," Khan said. "To get it done comfortably and amicably ahead of training camp, as with the long-term agreement we reached in April with Josh Allen, is a further statement that the Jacksonville Jaguars are committed to winning now and for many seasons to come."

Lawrence, the No. 1 overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft, has completed 1,116 of 1,750 passes for 11,770 yards and 58 touchdowns with 39 interceptions in three seasons. He has been voted as a team captain by his teammates each year of his NFL career.

The Jaguars are 21-30 during that span, finishing 9-8 the past two seasons after a 3-14 record in his first season. The Jaguars won the AFC South in 2022 and finished second in 2023.

That marked the franchise's first back-to-back winning seasons since 2004-2005.

Lawrence, a Pro Bowl selection following the 2022 season, threw 25 touchdowns with eight interceptions in 2022 and 21 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 2023, a season in which he left four games with injuries.

Lawrence became the third quarterback selected by the Jaguars to sign a second contract with the team, with the others being David Garrard (Round 4, 2002) and Blake Bortles (Round 1, 2014).

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).

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