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Trevor Lawrence, wife Marissa reveal 'the scoop' on baby's gender

Nikki Chavanelleby:Nikki Chavanelle07/09/24


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Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his wife Marissa executed the perfect gender reveal at their home over the weekend as they prepare to welcome their first child. The happy couple drizzled pink Hershey’s chocolate syrup on a giant ice cream cone to share “the scoop” that they’re baby is a girl.

As the pending parents drizzled their pink syrup, cannons with pink smoke also went off in the background. Lawrence and his wife revealed that they were expecting just last week, sharing photos from their ultrasound.

Lawrence and Marissa got married on April 10, 2021. The couple began dating in 2016 while attending Cartersville High School in Cartersville, Georgia. Becoming a father is just the next step in Lawrence’s maturation since he arrived in Jacksonville as the team’s No. 1 pick in 2021.

Lawrence signed a massive five-year extension worth $275 million with $200 million guaranteed and $142 million at signing with the Jaguars last month. The new deal is set to pay him $55 million annually, which ties him with Joe Burrow for the largest annual deal for a quarterback in the NFL.

Jaguars ink Lawrence to extension before 2024 season

Since signing the extension, Lawrence explained that he doesn’t necessarily see his leadership role changing with the extension because he’s always tried to be a leader on the team and that kind of role is earned.

“I think I’ve earned that respect over time here, anyways, but not really,” Lawrence said. “I think I look at myself anyways as a franchise quarterback, and that’s how I’ve tried to carry myself the past few years.”

“I’m a firm believer in you have to earn respect and you have to prove it on the field in this sport. At the end of the day, you can respect people, but you’re only gonna listen so much if they’re not holding up their end of the deal on the field,” he added.

Lawrence is coming off a 2023 season that saw him complete 65.6 percent of his passes while throwing for 4,016 yards, 21 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. In his three seasons with the Jaguars, the Clemson alum has a career passer rating of 85 and a record of 20-30.

The Lawrences have made the city of Jacksonville their home and they were happy to lock that in for another five years.

“To be able to say that we’re going to be here and have confidence and know that, that means a lot to us and we love it here,” he said. “It’s become home. Our families love it, our families love visiting here. And we’ve really settled in — this is home for us. So, we wanted to be here long term.”