Last season, Trevor Lawrence gained valuable experience by starting all 17 games as a novice defender and becoming a leader.

But Jacksonville Jaguars Coach Doug Pederson wants Lawrence to press the reset button, starting Monday, for the first of 10 volunteer exercises on the field over the next three weeks, followed by a three-day mandatory mini-camp on June 13-15.

Since took over as head coach in February, it will be the first opportunity for Pederson and his offensive staff to hold Lawrence in live replays 9 on 7, 7 on 7 and 11 on 11. They will be in helmets but without pads because contact with them is prohibited.

Organized team training is an important step for Pederson and offensive coordinator Press Taylor to help Lawrence make a possible important step in his development by Year 2 by exploring the new system.

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