Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence Adds 6-7 Pounds Of Muscle And Refines His Mechanics Ahead Of 2023 NFL Season

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In a bid to further bolster his already promising career, Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence has taken significant steps to transform his physique and hone his skills as he enters his third NFL season.

According to a report by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the 6’6″, 220-pound Lawrence has made noteworthy changes to his training regimen, including adding 6-7 pounds of muscle to his frame.

As the countdown to the 2023 NFL season continues, Lawrence’s dedication to refining his abilities and elevating his team’s performance is palpable.

The young quarterback’s commitment to improving both mentally and physically is a testament to his aspiration to lead Jacksonville’s offense to new heights.

Beyond his physical transformation, Lawrence has also directed his focus towards the finer points of his game.

A meticulous approach to his throwing mechanics and footwork has been the cornerstone of his preparation, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to excellence.

Intriguingly, the Jaguars’ coaching staff has challenged Lawrence to enhance his role in orchestrating the team’s offensive strategy.

Emphasizing the importance of on-field decision-making and adaptability, Lawrence’s newfound responsibility includes making vital checks at the line of scrimmage to ensure the team is positioned for success.

Lawrence’s progress in this area was particularly evident during the latter half of the 2022 season, where Lawrence’s performance earned him the distinction of having the league’s second-best passer rating.

For Lawrence, the upcoming training camp will provide the ideal platform to experiment further with his expanded role within the offense.

As he navigates the delicate balance between assertiveness and caution in his plays, the quarterback’s growth will be closely observed by fans and analysts alike.