Trevor Lawrence, the starting quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars, is the kind of player that embraces the spotlight but is fine without it. Not surprisingly, he declined an invitation to appear in the second season of Netflix's hit series that bears the name of the position he plays. His reasoning for not accepting is that this isn't the right time but wouldn't rule out being featured in the future.
Lawrence is right that his main focus must be on getting ready for the 2023 season. Having said that, it would've been great to see him being featured in the show. If he wants to appear in a future season, here are three reasons why he would be a great pick.
3. Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence's wife Marissa
The first season of Quarterback featured Kirk Cousin's wife Julie Hampton, Kiyomi Cook, who's married to Marcus Mariota, and Brittany Mahomes, wife to * you guessed it * Patrick Mahomes. having Trevor and Marissa Lawrence on the show would be a hit.
Trevor and Marissa have been together since they were in high school. They got married before the 2021 NFL Draft and celebrated their two-year anniversary this past April. Throughout his football journey, she's been 100 percent supportive. She goes to Jaguars games and is a successful business entrepreneur of her own, having inaugurated an event planning company called Love Gigi Event Design in 2021.
Remember the trip Trevor Lawrence and other Jaguars players made to Waffle House after their comeback win against the Los Angeles Chargers in Super Wild Card Weekend, it was Marissa the one that made the reservation for the group. Just like Lawrence, she's very likable and it would be great to see their day-to-day interactions.