When famous NFL stars have to choose among options, they make sure they go big or go home, showing us regular people how it’s done. From cars to yachts to private jets, mansions as big as one whole town, anything luxurious we can think of these players probably have. Things that we imagine and can only dream about these NFL players have made for themselves a reality. It’s true that they pay their dues by working hard but it may come as a shock to find out just how they use the fruits of their labor. The mansions they own are extravagant, massive, and at times, over the top, even bordering ludicrous. Take a look at how these NFL stars’ cribs can get almost unreal!
Mike Singletary – Saratoga, California
5,000 square feet is enough to house 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Plus a pool, spa, an outdoor kitchen, and a wood-paneled den. And as the defensive leader of the 1985 Chicago Bears Super Bowl team, Mike Singletary can afford any house he wants.
Peyton Manning- Denver
There was a time when the mention of Peyton Manning’s name evoked a sense of awe. Deemed a cut above the rest, the former star quarterback Manning played for teams like the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts, teams which have had taken home championships. Therefore, it’s unsurprising that he would want nothing but the best even in retirement. This Chevy Hills Village property is estimated to cost a whopping $4.5 million and is massive, measuring almost 16,500 square feet. That’s a lot of room for the kids to roam. And by the way, it has seven bedrooms, in case you weren’t already impressed.
Randy Moss – New England Patriots
The legendary Randy Moss has very recently put his Lincoln home in Rhode Island up for sale. Moss, a six-time participant of the Pro Bowl, owns a modern-style home which is 3,846-square-foot big and sits on a 4-acre land. The home, which has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, includes walls and floors that are wooden yet trendy. Saying this property is not lacking in size is definitely an understatement.