After all, the team hasn’t had that iconic play-caller that has consistently led the squad to long-term success.
That’s why it was a no-brainer for the Jaguars to select Lawrence with the first overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
However, there is much room for improvement regarding his performance from last season.
While the former Clemson standout had 3,641 yards and 12 touchdowns, he threw 17 interceptions and completed only 59.6 percent of his passes.
Worst yet, the Jaguars won only three games, earning them another top overall selection in the 2022 draft.
Aside from the first pick, the Jaguars have also revamped their roster by adding more talent.
Those additions could also elevate Lawrence’s game to help Jacksonville win a Super Bowl and for him to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
— Jacksonville Jaguars (@Jaguars) August 4, 2022
The Jaguars’ official Twitter account shared a short video of Lawrence touring the Hall of Fame’s facilities, in particular the place where the bronze busts are.
They say that those creations can last for eternity, making their stories alive forever.
Being surrounded by legends, Lawrence should have renewed inspiration in leading the Jaguars through another campaign.
Lawrence Won’t Play In The Hall Of Fame Game
But as a precautionary measure, the Jaguars won’t let him play in the Hall of Fame Game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Aside from him, running back Travis Etienne also won’t suit up.
Therefore, Lawrence will have to wait a bit before he takes the field again.
After this visit to Canton, getting a gold jacket and a bronze bust should be at the back of his mind.