It certainly hasn’t been an easy NFL career for Trevor Lawrence. Since he was selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, he’s had to deal with learning the playbook as a rookie starter, a midseason coaching change, then learning a new system and coaching staff in his second season in the league. After all that, it sounds like he’s relishing normalcy.
This week, Trevor Lawrence was asked about his first “normal” offseason, and it sounds like he’s enjoying it.
“To have the same staff, to have a lot of the same players, to have that carryover, and the system, that feels good having that and being able to focus on little parts of my game instead of just making sure I got the installs and know the plan coming into practice,” Lawrence said according to Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com. “Not having that stress of just learning the playbook, I can just really focus on my game and my mechanics. . . . Now we have our culture set, we have our staff, we have our system. It feels good having that in place.”
Lawrence led his team to a playoff victory last season, and he’ll undoubtedly be looking to build on that success this year.