Trevor Lawrence’s Wife Marissa’s Beach Day Girls’ Trip Photos Go Viral

Trevor Lawrence's Wife Marissa's Beach Day Girls’ Trip Photos Go Viral

Trevor Lawrence and his wife Marissa have been very busy over the course of this NFL offseason.

Following an extremely successful 2022-23 campaign by the Jacksonville Jaguars, Duval’s First Couple embarked on a very hectic summer that saw them party hard and enjoy some wild vacations.

This week, with the regular season rapidly approaching, Marissa decided to take a little trip apart from Trevor.

Over the weekend Marissa took to social media to share the provocative photos from her beach day girls’ trip with some of her fans.

“You are so beautiful,” one fan wrote.

“So pretty,” a second person agreed.

“Beautiful,” a third person chimed in.

This has been a busy week for Marissa. Between going viral over her provocative workout photos and blowing up over her other racy beach day pictures, she has been a permanent fixture in the headlines.

It says a lot that, in a week where Brittany Mahomes’ wild boat party photos caused such a stir, Marissa was able to come in like this and slide into the news cycle.

She is that level of celebrity now.

The looming NFL season is going to be a deeply consequential one for both Trevor and Marissa.

Jacksonville obviously took control of the AFC South last season and even surprised some folks in the playoffs. But will they be able to maintain control of the division? That is the million dollar question.

The Tennessee Titans look healthy once more, and if Trevor doesn’t continue to evolve and improve as a quarterback, it really wouldn’t be all that shocking to see the Jaguars relegated to second-best status in the division.

Will Trevor be able to lead the Jags back into the playoffs in 2023-24? Time will tell, but no matter what, Marissa will be there supporting him every step of the way.

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Carlos Garcia

A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.
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