The Amazing Mansions NFL Players Call Home
Making it as a professional athlete is the dream of most children. Some dream of fortune and fame, while others envision being challenged at the highest level. The following 25 NFL players have made that dream a reality and have the homes to prove it. Click ‘Next’ to see how they’re living large…
1. Tom Brady
Tom Brady was drafted by the NFL’s New England Patriots in 2000. The star quarterback has won two NFL MVP awards, four Super Bowl MVP awards and a record five Super Bowls wins.
Despite the scandals, Tom Brady continues to live the good life with his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen. The couple scooped up a beautiful mansion for $20 million in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Continue clicking ‘Next’ to see the rest of his mansion as well as the other mansions from your favorite NFL stars…
Their back of their mansion is absolutely magnificent. We can only imagine the amount of fun this successful family has in this beautiful home.
2. Brandon Marshall
Brandon Tyrone Marshall is a wide receiver for the New York Jets. Marshall is known for his amazing ability to break and dodge tackles on the field. His home is absolutely stunning…
Although he currently plays for the New York Jets, his 11,000-square foot home is located in Southwest Florida.
He purchased the property for around $5 million and is packed with game rooms, theaters and a full-size basketball court.
3. Carson Palmer
After eight seasons with the Bengals, Palmer packed his bags, left Cincinnati and headed to Arizona where he is their starting quarterback. You’re going to love the architectural design of his home…
As the current quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals, Carson Palmer built his dream house in Del Mar, California for around $25 million. At around 8,000-square feet, the patio is larger than most people’s homes.
4. Deion Sanders
Neon Deion possessed athletic ability that most humans can only dream about. He played professionally in both football and baseball at the same time. Mr. Prime Time’s mansion stands up to his reputation…
His $21 million, 29,100-square foot is proof of his success.
The property features a lake, basketball court, baseball diamond, bowling ally, tennis court and football field.
5. Devin Hester
Originally drafted as a cornerback, Hester quickly made an impact as a kick returner. He holds the NFL record for most all-time punt and kick return touchdowns. If you think his returns were explosive, wait until you see his home…
Hestern owns a 10,000-square foot mansion that’s packed with high-end goods. Coming in at just under $3 million, the property is located in a Chicago suburb.
6. Jay Cutler
Cutler was drafter by the Broncos but is best known for his efforts as the Chicago Bears quarterback. As far as his home…
Jay Cutler has been the Chicago Bears starting quarterback since 2008. After marrying Laguna Beach star, Kristen Cavallari, he leased a home in a North Chicago suburb for $10,000 per month. Since then, the couple have purchased the home and live happily ever after.
7. Jerry Rice
Hall of Fame football wide receiver Jerry Rice played for the San Francisco 49ers and is widely considered the greatest ever to play his position. His home will make your jaw drop…
As one of the best to play in the NFL, Rice purchased a variety of properties around the country. His greatest home is his mega mansion in California which cost almost $22 million.
Not only did Rice know how to play the game, the man knows how to live. He enjoys relaxing in his home as you can see.
8. Joe Montana
An NFL legend, Joe Montana played for 16 seasons. Most of his time in the NFL was with the 49’ers. Cool Joe knows how to live and deserves the mansion you’re about to witness…
Joe Montana recently sold a 10,000-square foot home for $35 million in Napa and features a swimming pool, hot tub, 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
All time greatest view for one of the all time greatest quarterbacks to play in the NFL.
9. Keyshawn Johnson
This NFL bad boy spent 11 seasons in the NFL, playing for the New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers. His home is simply amazing…
During his career, Johnson scooped up a beautiful 11,700-square foot home in northern California for around $11 million.
Now we know why Johnson loves spending so much time at his home – what an amazing pool.
10. Kurt Warner
Warner is one of the NFL’s greatest stories. Grocery Store Checker to NFL Super Bowl Winning Quarterback, what a 180. What he did with his home just shows how great Warner really is…
Always known as one of the best undrafted NFL players, Warner and his wife opened the “Treasure House” which is an 18,000-square foot mansion that was developed to aid those with disabilities. The home is like an apartment complex with individual apartment rooms inside.
11. LaDainian Tomlinson
LaDainian is a former NFL player who was a running back for eleven seasons. He played the majority of his 11-year career with the San Diego Chargers. Tomlinson was selected to five Pro Bowls, was an All-Pro six times, and won two rushing titles. Get ready to see his all-pro home…
Inside of LaDainian Tomlinson’s home there is a movie theater with a 1967 Mustang cut in half for a drive-in experience and a garage chalk full of super cars.
He also has a fish tank that consumes an entire wall with some very exotic fish.
12. Marshawn Lynch
Appropriately nicknamed, Beast Mode, he will go down in history as one of the best running backs in the NFL. His home is quite unique and a must see…
After being traded to the Seattle Seahawks, he purchased a 7,000-square foot, $3.3 million mansion with views of the San Francisco Bay.
13. Michael Strahan
Strahan is one of the most famous New York Giants and has had an amazing career, especially beating the Patriots in the Super Bowl at the end of his era. His Cali home is breathtaking…
With his continued success on television, he has purchased properties around the country with the best in his 9,200-square foot home in California.
14. Mike Singletary
As one of the best linebackers in NFL history, Mike Singletary spent his entire career with the Chicago Bears. Since then he has moved into coaching and his home is beautiful…
He picked up a $3.3 million, 5,000-square foot home in Saratoga, California while coaching the San Francisco 49ers.
15. Peyton Manning
From a family of great athletes stars Peyton Manning, one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks. He is a 2 time Super Bowl winner. Peyton lives just as good as he plays…
After playing for the Indianapolis Colts for most of his career, Manning picked up a 16,000-square foot mansion for around $5.7 million in a Denver suburb with seven bedrooms and bathrooms plus three half baths.
16. Philip Rivers
Rivers was drafted in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft by the New York Giants, who traded him to the Chargers for their first overall pick, quarterback Eli Manning. He has been the Chargers’ quarterback ever since.
Phil Rivers currently owns a six bedroom mansion that ran him a cool $3.3 million in a north San Diego suburb. The house has a grotto-style pool, BBQ area, rose gardens and a home theater room.
17. Reggie Bush
Reggie Bush is best known for winning the Super Bowl with the New Orleans Saints. He helped his team gain yardage on offense as well as special teams. Speaking of special, wait until you see where Reggie calls home…
Although Bush has purchased several properties around the country, he owns a $4.7 million, 4,800-square foot home in the Hollywood Hills overlooking the LA Basin, which is small compared to his other properties.
18. Richard Sherman
Sherman is considered as one of the best cornerbacks in the league. Since entering the league, Sherman has the most interceptions and defended passes of any active player.
Sherman has celebrated his career with a $2.3 million, 9,400-square foot home outside of Seattle.
When he’s not making quarterbacks’ lives miserable he sits back and enjoys his beautiful interior pool with it’s mesmerizing palm trees.
His home even has a basketball court. Richard enjoys shooting hoops in the off-season.
19. Rob Gronkowski
Robert Paxton Gronkowski, nicknamed “Gronk”, is an American football tight end for the New England Patriots of the National Football League.
Gronk is one of the best tight ends in the league, playing for the New England Patriots. Following the freezing-cold season up north, he escapes to his $2.4 million, 4,700-square foot paradise in Tampa, Florida.
When he’s not catching TD’s and protecting Tom Brady on the field, Gronk enjoys this beautiful view.
20. Robert Griffin III
Nicknamed RG3, he is the quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. He was drafted by the Washington Redskins second overall in the 2012 NFL draft. He won the 2012 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Robert Griffin III
While with the ‘skins, RG3 purchased a 9,000-square foot home in Norther Virginia for $2.75 million.
Robert Griffin III
RG3 has decided to sell this beautiful home since his transition to the Cleveland Browns.
21. Russell Wilson
NFL football quarterback Russell Wilson overcame concerns about his small stature to lead the Seattle Seahawks to victory in Super Bowl XLVIII. His home left is speechless…
Although only drafted in 2012, Wilson has already had an amazing career as the Seattle Seahawks quarterback. Wilson and his lovely wife, pop sensation Ciara, own this $6.7 million Bellevue, Washington home.
As you can see Russell and Ciara have great taste. The inside of their home is just beautiful.
22. Aaron Rodgers
Aaron Rodgers is the quarterback for the Green Bay Packers. He steered the franchise to victory in Super Bowl XLV. Wait until you see where this man lives…
To escape the bone-chilling cold from Green Bay, when Rodgers is not on the field, he returns to his $8 million villa in California. The homes has spas, pools, a large garage and garden.
23. Tony Romo
After becoming Dallas’ starting quarterback, Romo became one of the NFL’s most publicized and polarizing players. Due to his recent injury, Dak Prescott has since replaced Romo and helped Dallas with an impressive season. Romo’s future with Dallas is not clear at the moment.
Located outside of Dallas, Texas, Romo owns a 32,500-square foot palace worth an estimated $9 million. The property boasts a pool, outdoor entertainment area and a variety of indoor goodies.
24. Troy Aikman
During his career he was a six-time Pro Bowl selection, led the team to three Super Bowl victories. Aikman was elected to thePro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.
Following his retirement, Aikman became a sports broadcaster and purchased a $24 million Dallas-based home. The house is 10,000-square feet and has every amenity imaginable including a concession room and full bar.
These days he enjoys a nice bottle of wine in his elegant wine room, reminiscing about the great memories as a Dallas Cowboy.
25. Warren Sapp
Sapp was one of the hardest hitting defensive players in the NFL. He was no stranger to getting into trouble on and off the field. For a period of time he did manage to enjoy this beauty of home…
At his prime, he purchased a 15,000-square foot mansion in Florida for $7 million. Unfortunately he had to sell at an auction due to financial troubles and eventually settled for less than half of the cost.