NFL Players' Impressive Mansions

NFL players are some of the highest paid athletes in the world. Von Miller signed a $114.5M contract with the Broncos on Friday, making him one of the highest-paid players in the league. See who else makes the cut, according to 

On average these professional football players earn about $20 million a year from the game alone. Mind you, this doesn’t include endorsements or other perks. Needless to say, these guys have some pretty big homes to go along with the big salaries. Here are 32 of them below.

Alex Smith – Kansas City Chiefs

When current Kansas Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith left his first NFL home, the San Francisco 49ers, he lived in this 4,650-square-foot home which was built in 2010. It embraces a more old-timey charm, with 100-year-old reclaimed wood beams and antique limestone floors. The four-bedroom house also comes with a patio, outdoor kitchen, fire pit, and bocce ball court.

JJ Watt - Houston Texans

Watt was apparently seeking a "no frills" place devoid of any distraction, but at 4,500 square feet, the home is no simple log cabin. In fact, there's an elevator inside, and Watt is reportedly planning to add a gym to the barn on the 35-acre property.

Richard Sherman – Seattle Seahawks

The home includes an indoor swimming pool, floor-to-ceiling fireplaces, basketball court and beauty salon. $2.3M. 9,435 square feet located in Seattle, Washington.

DeMarcus Ware – Denver Broncos

Dallas, Texas. 9,304 square feet. English-style mansion with 6-bedrooms, 7.5-bathrooms and features four living areas, numerous bonus rooms, a wine porch, seven fireplaces, a theater room and a chef’s kitchen. Before joining the Broncos, Ware played for the Dallas Cowboys and lived in the Fort Worth suburb of Colleyville. This six-bedroom, nearly 10,000-square-foot mansion sits in a gated community, and seems to have a dream setup for entertaining, offering a wine porch, outdoor pavilion, pool with separate pool house and game room, cushioned turf play area, and putting-chipping green.

Tom Brady – New England Patriots

$20 Million. Just a one short year after selling their Los Angeles compound to Dr. Dre, Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are finally settled in Massachusetts. Above, see birds-eye shots of the Brady family’s custom home in Chestnut Hill, right next to the Brookline Country Club (which is even too exclusive for the Brady bunch, mind you).

Rob Gronkowski – New England Patriots

Boasting a whopping four bedrooms and seven bathrooms, 10 flat-screen TVs, a wood-paneled elevator, fish tanks and iPhone-controlled surround sound. Tampa, Florida. $2.4M. 4,781 square feet.

Tony Romo – Dallas Cowboys

32,515 square feet mansion consists of six massive bedrooms, a swimming pool, an outdoor entertainment area, a spa and three fireplaces. Dallas, Texas $9M.

Deion Sanders – San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and Baltimore Ravens.

This beauty has an indoor basketball court, a bowling alley, a football field, a tennis court, indoor and outdoor pools, and it’s very own 12-acre lake. Texas. $21M. 29,123 square feet.

Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers

Newton's high-security condo includes three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms and has 3,200 square feet of living space. Among the benefits of living in the seven-unit building is a membership to the Charlotte Athletic Club, though Newton may not exactly need that amenity. The home was offered fully furnished and the complex includes a rooftop pool.

Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers

Numerous bedrooms and bathrooms, swimming pool and spa, huge dining room and even a man-made garden. $8 Million Del Mar villa.

Troy Aikman – Dallas Cowboys

Features include a wine room, bar and concession room. 10,000 square foot home that cost $24M.

Patrick Peterson – Arizona Cardinals

Mansion is fit with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a home theater, a billiards room, two fireplaces and two separate swimming pools. Plus a 1,050 square feet guest house, a massive garage, a spa, rock waterfalls and many other interesting details. $1.3 million. 8,300 square feet.

Brandon Marshall – New York Jets

Southwest Ranches, Florida. Comprised of 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, a full size basketball court, movie theater, game room, office and an area for horses, too! $5M. 11,000 square ft.

Philip Rivers – San Diego Chargers

This mansion features six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a courtyard with fountain, outdoor fireplace, built-in BBQ, swimming pool with a waterfall, private rose gardens, wine cellar, full bar, library and a media room. $3.3M.

Peyton Manning – Denver Broncos

This house includes seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a huge garage, and even a panic room. He paid nearly $5 million for it.

Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

Equipped with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms and a boat dock. Lake Washington, $6.7M.

Reggie Bush – Buffalo Bills

Compared to the other mansions listed, Reggie’s home is only 4,831 square feet, although his amenities make up for it. These include a state-of-the-art theatre room, elevator, library, custom BBQ area, pool, and spa.

Kurt Warner – Arizona Cardinals

Kurt Warner10,000 square feet and a large yard. The 36,000-square-foot space will house 30 individual apartments, along with common areas such as a large community kitchen, living room, and recreational spaces. The space will be for individuals with disabilities aged 19 to 35. The area will also have retail, medical, school, church, and assisted living residence. $4.99M.

Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals

 Arizona Cardinals’ Carson Palmer bought a half-acre lot from the city of Del Mar in 2010 for $4.4 million, on which he proceeded to build an 8,000-square-foot entertainer’s paradise.

Marshawn Lynch – Seattle Seahawks

7,000 square feet. 5 bedrooms and 5 and a half bathrooms, and a killer view of the San Francisco Bay. Richmond, California. $3.3M.

Lance Briggs – Chicago Bears

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Briggs sold his Arizona home for $2.7M.

Jerry Rice – San Fransisco 49ers

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Over 13,900 square feet, including a sauna, steam room, and gym. $9M located in Atherton.

Frank Gore – San Francisco 49ers

Gore's beautiful mansion, located in Davie, FL seems like a party powerhouse with a giant covered patio, outdoor kitchen and bar, resort-style pool and spa, and media and entertainment rooms inside.

Warren Sapp – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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He was forced to auction his $7M Florida mansion for just $2.9 million after filing for bankruptcy. 15,162 square-foot mansion has an Olympic sized swimming pool and custom built water slide.

Michael Strahan – New York Giants

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Los Angeles, California. 9,200 square feet. This is just one of his homes, a large Mediterranean-style mansion with a big pool and a gorgeous yard. Several bedrooms and bathrooms and a professional chef’s kitchen.

Elvis Dumervil – Baltimore Ravens

Located in Florida, this home is around 7,900 square feet. It is also equipped with a game room, theatre, and wet bar.  

Devin Hester – Chicago Bears

10,000 square feet, that is 3 floors. Although this house doesn’t look like anything spectacular on the outside, the home is equipped with some pricey amenities, including a very high-end kitchen. $2.6M.

Joe Montana – San Fransisco 49ers

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Recently sold for $35M, it is located in the beautiful wine country and was approximately 10,000 square feet.

Mike Singletary- Chicago Bears

Mike Singletary
Saratoga, California $3.3M 5,000 square feet.

Jay Cutler – Chicago Bears

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Leasing this 6,718-square-foot mansion for $10,000 a month. Three-quarter-acre lot loaded with a high-end gourmet kitchen, a stately wood-paneled library and a spa-like master suite.

Robert Griffin III – Cleveland Browns

9,000 square feet. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a wine cellar and sits on three acres of property backed up to a golf course. Virginia. $2.5M.