NFL stars really know how to live. When they are presented with options, they either go big or go bigger – they don’t do mediocre. From the cars they drive to the private jets they get on, everything must be top-notch. This also holds true for the mansions they choose to live in. Luxury that some might think is too much, these players consider normal. Things we can only dream about, these stars have in real life. Sure, these players’ daily grind may be extra gruelling, but their spending habits may still be shocking for you. The mansions these NFL stars own are lavish, enormous, and sometimes, are somewhat excessive. Read on to find out just how unreal their cribs can get.
Aaron Rodgers- California
Aaron Rodgers football career began in California. He was a college football in the state and gained popularity rather quickly. In 2005, the NFL drafted him and he joined the Green Bay Packers. He first took residence in Green Bay to be near his team, but it seems that he may have missed his hometown, or at the very least, his home state. Thus, he chose to move back. His abode? A not-so-humble mansion that has its own pool – the Olympic-size kind.
Peyton Manning- Denver
Peyton Manning’s name was once something that struck fear in the hearts of competing teams. A legend in his own right, the former quarterback was a star player for teams such as the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos, both of whom have taken home NFL championships. Thus, it is but natural that he would choose the best of everything, even in retirement. His property in Chevy Village has an estimated worth of $4.5 million. It is quite massive at just under 16,500 square feet – enough space for kids to do what they do. It also comes with seven bedrooms, because you know…why not? Impressive, hey?