The Jacksonville Jaguars did not live up to expectations last season but the team remains fully confident in starting quarterback Trevor Lawrence judging by his new deal that tied him with Joe Burrow for highest paid quarterback in NFL history status.

Lawrence's Jaguars committed to the former Clemson Tigers QB in stunning fashion causing Lawrence to break the silence on Friday. The Jags' two best trade targets to round out their final 2024 roster were also announced.

Following the extension news, Lawrence's wife Marissa took to Instagram as she could hardly contain her excitement with what happened in Central Florida.

Marissa Lawrence is all in on husband's deal with Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbacks C.J. Beathard (3), Trevor Lawrence (16) and quarterback Mac Jones (10) during the organized team activity session Monday, June 3, 2024 at EverBank Stadium's Miller Electric Center in Jacksonville, Fla.
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Marissa Lawrence shared a video of her and her husband on Instagram Friday with a message in support of the tall, rangy Jags QB. Doug Pederson's team didn't live up to its top billing last season as an AFC contender but Lawrence and his wife do not appear to be phased.

“So proud of you. Always!! Excited and grateful!! Go Jags!” Marissa Lawrence wrote.

Marissa and Trevor Lawrence got married in 2021, right after he got selected number one overall in the 2021 NFL Draft after his illustrious career with Dabo Sweeney's Tigers.

Lawrence's task for bounce-back 2024 Jaguars season 

The predictions have been released for the Jaguars' 2024-2025 roster and the wide receiver corps looks like an intriguing one for Mr. Lawrence.

Christian Kirk will reprise his role as Lawrence's security blanket, flanked by a clever Doug Pederson addition of Gabe Davis from the Buffalo Bills. Rookie first round pick Brian Thomas Jr. could give Lawrence the explosive plays down the field the offense needs to ascend to the next level of statistical and in-game prowess, while Parker Washington and Joshua Cephus round out the ranks of Jaguars pass catchers, along with Devin Duvernay.

The Jaguars and Trevor Lawrence have plenty of time left to get in the kitchen and whip up something great. There is lots of competition in the AFC but the Ravens and Chiefs aren't getting any younger and teams like the Texans, behind CJ Stroud, showed that they have what it takes to give opposing teams a run for their money when the going gets tough and the chips are laid out on the table.