With NFL being the most popular sport in the United States with an estimated worth of all franchises up to $94 billion, it is no secret that athletes are heavily compensated for their work. Most professional NFL athletes earn millions of dollars per season only from their salary, which allows them to live a luxurious lifestyle and buy and sell real estate like they are changing clothes.
In today’s article, we will take a look at some of the best mansions owned by NFL stars and open their front doors to see what they have inside.
The wide receiver for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a rather successful career that earned him more than $20 million. During his career, he switched multiple teams, and during his time with the Oakland Raiders, he purchased a mansion for $3.4 million.
It is a cozy-looking 3,506 square-foot property built in a mid-century contemporary style. The house has six bedrooms and bathrooms, a three-car garage, heated pool, sauna, and an amazing outdoor living room with a fireplace. It evens includes his own synagogue, even though Antonio is not Jewish.
With some of the highest salaries in the NFL, Tom Brady has earned some serious cash during his career in the NFL. It’s no surprise he constantly leads the NFL futures odds, even at 44 years of age (you can find the latest NFL futures here).
This is why he bought an unbelievable $34 million Boston Mansion. The property is huge covering close to 10,000 square feet and sits on more than five acres of land.
The house has an expensive driveway big enough for 20 cars. Yes, that’s right! Additionally, this luxurious home has two kitchens a private backyard, and a pool.
Jordan Reed is a former professional NFL athlete that spent eight seasons in the big league. He wasn’t one of the highest-paid athletes in the NFL and his net worth is estimated to be around $4 million. This is rather shocking just because he bought a mansion that is worth more than half of his entire net worth of $2.7 million.
The home in Leesburg, VA is huge! We are talking about 9.600 square feet that sit beautifully on three acres of land. The property holds five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as well as a saltwater pool, top-level Sub Zero appliances, a wine cellar, a gym, and a home theater.
The Tennessee Titans running back is still making some moves despite being in his late-career days. With a salary of around $1 per season and career earnings that go above the $100 million mark, Peterson can definitely afford a luxurious home.
His home in The Woodlands, Texas is worth $4.7 million and includes a spacious living area, and beautiful surroundings, as well as an entertainment room, a library, wine cellar, and a gym. On top of that, it also comes with two outdoor kitchens to get the party started and a wet bar to keep the party going.
Robert James Gronkowski nicknamed “Gronk” is an American football tight end playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His current one-year contract tops up his balance with $10 per season and a net worth of $45 million allows him to have a luxurious lifestyle and get his hands on some amazing properties around the country.
Browsing through his collection, this penthouse caught our attention. He bought a huge penthouse for $2.38 million in an industrial-style suite that has everything you can ever imagine. Even though the penthouse is rather small compared to the houses we reviewed so far with only 2,100 square feet, it is still big enough for everything you’ll ever need.
It is topped up with sports gear, Viking appliances, and an amazing view over the city. When it comes to the décor, it is the same industrial style with some NFL flavor added to it since Gronk decided to frame his jerseys in different places around the suite.