NFL stars have a whole lot of fame and money, and buying cars and houses is part of the lifestyle they lead. But with expensive cars comes expensive car insurance, and the same goes for houses… or should we say mansions and estates? This list shows you the most expensive NFL stars’ cars and houses. Get ready to have your mind blown!
Drew Brees – Bugatti Veyron, Estimated $2.2 Million
Hailing from New Orleans Saints, quarterback Drew Brees is a fast car lover! His collection is made up of 5 luxury cars that total a worth of $4.2 million! But it’s his super luxurious Bugatti Veyron that he paid the most for… and for his car insurance too we would imagine.
Vernon Davis – Bentley Continental GT Convertible Estimated $200K
Vernon Davis likes to call himself a “car guy” and if you’re not sure why, his garage will explain to you. He owns a custom jet-black Ford F150 truck, Mercedes Benz S63, Porsche Panamera, a custom red Dodge Challenger SRT8, 2 white Escalades and a $200,000 Bentley Continental GT Convertible. The Washington Redskins tight end has made sure that every vehicle is covered with top-notch car insurance.
Tony Romo – Dallas, Estimated $9 Million
He retired not long ago from the Dallas Cowboys and now this quarterback owns a massive mansion. His residence is worth $9 million and is a massive 32,515 square feet! The property cost him $3 million, but it was the construction of 6 bedrooms, 4 baths, swimming pool, a spa, 3 fireplaces and outdoor entertainment area that cost him the other $6 million.
Colin Kaepernick – Jaguar F Type, Estimated $100K
When you have so much money and you love cars, you don’t have to choose which one you want because you can always just get both. Colin Kaepernick wanted a Jaguar F Type, but when he couldn’t decide on a color, he just got the two liked most. His read and black Jags were bought on the same day.
DeMarcus Ware – Denver, Estimated $1.3 Million
Who said having tons of cash means that you want to live in a big house? Well, recently-retired Denver Broncos linebacker & defensive end, DeMarcus Ware made the move from mansion to a townhouse. Let’s just clarify that – the star left his 2,695 square feet, $1.37 million home for a three-level townhouse in Cherry Creek North in Denver.
Joe Haden – Lamborghini Aventador, Estimated $1.1 Million
Joe Haden made sure to get the best car insurance out there when he got himself into the Lambo life. He first bought white Lamborghini Murciélago with an impressive red leather interior. And who can forget when he customized his beautiful 2014 Lamborghini Aventador with his team’ color of orange and brown.
Peyton Manning – Denver, Estimated $4.5 Million
The former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning is the owner of a spectacular 16,464 square foot mansion in Chevy Hills Village, Denver. He paid $4.5 million to acquire a home with 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, indoor elevator to move around in the 3 story house, a wine cellar, huge 7 cars garage and even a panic room.
Troy Polamalu – La Jolla, Estimated $4.7 Million
What do you think it would cost to own an estate with 6 bedrooms, 8 baths, a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, an outdoor loggia, a 3-stone fireplaces and a 4-car garage? Well former Pittsburgh Steelers strong safety, Troy Polamalu paid $4.75 million for his customized taste of home.
Aaron Rodgers – California, Estimated $8 Million
The Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers knows where to invest his money. His $8 million home is a testament to that. It has 6 bedrooms, 4 baths, a swimming pool, jacuzzi, full spa with sauna, basketball court, gym, home cinema, gaming room, sports room, beauty salon and 4 parking spots. I wonder what he parks there.
Russell Wilson – Mercedez Benz G-Class, Estimated $135K
Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback, Russell Wilson knows a thing or two about classy cars and the car insurance they need. His Mercedez Benz G63 AMG SUV comes with a voice recognition sound system, anti-theft features and whole lot of class.
Julio Jones – Atlanta, Estimated $1.2 Million
The Atlanta Falcons’ wide receiver Julio Jones has it all when it comes to his home. His 8,000 square foot mansion is worth $1.25 million and there’s good reason for that. Just off Camp Branch Road in Atlanta, the residence has 7 bedrooms, 9 baths, heated floors, an entertainment room, a home gym, soaring ceilings and hardwood floors. Take a step outside and you’ll see a dozen balconies, a tennis court, a pool, a pond a jacuzzi and a guesthouse with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, there’s even an outdoor kitchen.
Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh Steelers – Hawaii, Estimated $2.7 Million
Finally giving us an inside look into his ranch in Kamuela, Hawaii, NFL analyst and NFL Hall of Famer, Terry Bradshaw, had officially put it on the market for $2.7 million. With all the incredible features that the house possesses, we can’t help but ask why he decided to sell it. Perhaps he is looking to expand and buy a bigger house on the island? This ranch flaunts a 60-feet lap pool, two koi ponds, and a waterfall entry. The home is 4,600 feet and was built in 2005, including all the amenities one can only imagine.
Mike Ditka – Estimated $3 Million, Florida
A long time NFL member, Mike Ditka is a former player for the National Football League. Back in the 1960s, he played for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Chicago Bears. He was able to coach his former team, the Bears. His expansive career in the NFL is the reason he is able to afford a $3 million property in Florida.
Ezekiel Elliott – Corvette Stingray, Estimated $60K
Ezekiel Elliott who is the 22-year-old running back for the Dallas Cowboys, didn’t take his first paycheck for himself. He bought himself a sexy white Corvette Stingray, but not before he bought his mom a house for herself… awwww!
Jamaal Charles – Lamborghini Gallardo, Estimated $250K
The Denver Broncos’ running back Jamaal Charles owns a beaut of a car – a blue Lamborghini Gallardo LP 550-2 and it comes with an advanced security system that can be customized. It’s his baby and he has purchased the most expensive car insurance to protect it.
Patrick Peterson – Scottsdale, Estimated $2.6 Million
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson owns a home that we all wish we could call our own. The property is placed on a 7,807 square foot plot and includes more than most can think of. The main house is equipped with 6 bedrooms, 8 baths, a library, a chef’s kitchen, full gym, a steam room, a private office and a wine cellar with tasting room. Taking a look outside, there’s a game room and a kitchen, a basketball court and a swimming pool that resembles a lagoon and spa.
Larry Fitzgerald – Mercedes Benz SL550, Estimated $100K
Since 2004, Larry Fitzgerald has played wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals. When he isn’t impressing on the field, he’s doing so in one of his many cars. We’re talking about his classic Mustang Shelby, turbo-charged 1970 Dodge Charger, red BMW 745i, blue Lexus, black Rolls Royce and a tricked out orange S class Range Rover. But when it comes to his number one, it is his silver Mercedes Benz SL550 that cost him a hefty $100k!
Nick Foles – Newport Beach, $2.7 Million
The news has been talking about Nick Foles, and there’s good reason for that. He is worth something like $6 million at the moment and the Eagles quarterback is making his way around the real estate market. His Newport Beach house is a 4100 sq ft custom-designed home that is a dream come true, especially seeing as it has 5 bedrooms.
Tom Brady- $20 Million, California
The New England Patriots’ Quarterback is none other than Tom Brady. His 22,000 square foot estate in Cali is worth $20 million. The mansion has been featured in In Style and Architectural Digest magazines. Brady’s fleet of high-end vehicles can be spotted in the driveway…we count 6!
Brandon Marshall – Southwest Ranches, Estimated $5 Million
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall has had his fair share of playing for different teams. But he has also had his lion’s share of the luxury life and his Florida mansion can attest to that. Does 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a gym, a spa, home movie theater, full sized basketball court, game room, an office and a swimming pool sound right?
Frank Gore – Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé, Estimated $350K
Former San Francisco 49ers’ and current Indianapolis Colts’ running back, Frank Gore made a wonderful addition to the cars on his car insurance plan. His 2010 Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé with a sleek all-black interior is all we can wish for in a stylish car.
Philip Rivers – San Diego, Estimated $3.5 Million
Philip Rivers, San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers’ starting quarterback owns an estate that is to die for! It comes with 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, full bar, wine cellar, media room, and a library. If you step outside, a courtyard with a fountain, outdoor fireplace, built-in BBQ, swimming pool with a waterfall & spa will be there to greet you!
Reggie Bush – Lamborghini Aventador, Estimated $450K
Ah, Reggie Bush! This running back is a free agent at the moment, but everyone will remember him from somewhere, like the Buffalo Bills. He knows a thing or two about cars and he definitely knows how to spend on them. His 5 cars include a $300,000 1967 Mustang GT 500 Fastback and a $450,000 2011 Lamborghini Aventador.
Russell Wilson – Bellevue, Estimated $6.7 Million
The Seattle Seahawks’ Quarterback, Russell Wilson owns a house that is perfect for his wife, Ciara, their daughter and 2 dogs. In Bellevue’s Meydenbauer Bay, their mansion comes with 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, a wine cellar, a walk-in pantry, 5 fireplaces and even its own boat dock.
Darren McFadden – Buick Centurion, Estimated $100K
Darren McFadden, Dallas Cowboys’ running back and former Oakland Raiders star, has a choice in cars that might not speak to everyone in the same way. His collection includes a silver Bentley Continental GT, a Cadillac Escalade and the showstopper 1973 Buick Centurion with oversized wheels. His Buick alone costs about $30,000, but McFadden added a little more to give it a boost.
Devin Hester – Chevrolet Impala, Estimated $250K
Devin Hester, who is a former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver, likes his customized tricked-out cars. His Yellow Chevy Caprice has massive 26″ chrome rims and an interesting Louis Vitton print wrap. He also owns a 1972 red Chevrolet Impala and it was customized by 4 different shops. Talk about pimping his ride!
Carson Palmer – Del Mar, Estimated $25 Million
What does half an acre of land mean to you? Well, to Arizona Cardinals’ Quarterback, Carson Palmer, it means home, but not just any home. His home insurance plan needs to cover a 3-story estate which includes 6 bedrooms, 8 baths, an open-air living room, a center-island kitchen, formal dining room, a media room, an office and 5 fireplaces. Just the master suite can be found on the 3rd floor and it includes an indoor-outdoor shower, a soaking tub and private deck. Downstairs is the gym and a tennis court and an infinity-edge swimming pool,a sports court and an outdoor kitchen with a wet bar.
Delanie Walker – Buick Skylark Coupé, Estimated $50K
It’s not easy to find a mint condition 1970 Buick Skylark Coupé, but Tennessee Titans’ tight end Delanie Walker did it! For anyone who knows about vintage muscle cars, you’ll appreciate this treasure and the car insurance it needs to keep it safe.
Robert Griffin III – Aldie, Estimated $2.5 Million
Call him Robert Griffin III or call him RG3, the former Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins Quarterback has something to show you. His 9,000 square foot estate comes with 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, a wine cellar, a jacuzzi, a game & media room, indoor elevator, a wet bar, a mudroom and spa. Oh wait, we forgot to mention his golf course.
Antonio Brown – Rolls-Royce Phantom, Estimated $500K
Antonio Brown has been a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ since 2010, but his car is newer than that. He owns a spanking-new Rolls-Royce Phantom that is painted in the team’s colors, and it even comes with his own signature along the side. The car, with all its features, cost more than half a million dollars. heaven knows how much his car insurance costs.
Marshawn Lynch – Richmond, Estimated $3.3 Million
Marshawn Lynch is a former Seattle Seahawks & Buffalo Bills and current Oakland Raiders Running back. His house in Richmond, California, is complete with 5 bedrooms, 6 baths and a customized 58-foot boat dock for his water “toys” with a gorgeous view of the San Francisco Bay.
Odell Beckham Jr – Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, Estimated $500K
This star might only be 24 years old, but New York Giants’ wide receiver, Odell Beckham Jr is making the big time. He’s on the list of Forbes’ “30 under 30”. His garage has a red Ferari, a fully-customized Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG, a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe and a McLaren MP4-12C. Talk about raking up the car insurance costs.
Matt Forte – Chicago, Estimated $4.1 Million
This New York Jets running back, owns a breathtaking mansion. It’s not just 9,000 square feet, it’s packed with 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and an elevator to reach all four levels. There’s also a 60-foot spiraling staircase, a home theater, a three-car garage and outdoor decks. Now he’s thinking about expanding his home even more!
Cam Newton – 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Cutlass, Estimated $255K
Like other football stars on this list, Cam Newton loves getting a car customized for himself. His 1970 Oldsmobile 442 Cutlass is customized with a 24-karat gold plating and a diamond-stitching interior. The front grill has Newton’s signature, C1N logo and a Panthers head all gold plated. Let’s just say it has massive tires, gold pretty much everywhere, and a sleek black finish to make this a piece of car art.
Von Miller – Cherry Hills Village, Estimated $8 Million
Denver Broncos’ outside linebacker, Von Miller is not shy about letting people know that he has a massive $8 million mansion. In Cherry Hills Village in Colorado you can find his art piece. It has 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a closet room that comes with over 800 pairs of shoes and about 150 eyeglasses. The master bedroom is looks like a Vegas hotel room and the basement area, which he calls, “Club 58” has a Texas A&M pool table and a 500-gallon saltwater aquarium. Outside there’s a pool and even a large pond.
LaRon Landry – Lamborghini Murcielago, Estimated $450K
He was safety for the Indianapolis Colts, the New York Jets and the Washington Redskins. Now LaRon Landry’s garage is home to a matte white Lamborghini Aventador. His Lambo comes with stylish black rims. He also owns a white Hummer H2 pickup, a modified 2008 silver Corvette, a S63 AMG Benz, a Ford F-650 truck and a customized metallic green Lamborghini Murcielago.
Eli Manning – Quogue, Estimated $8.5 Million
Eli Manning, the New York Giants’ quarterback bought a new place in Quogue, South Hamptons not long ago. The Beachfront “palace” went for $8.5 million, and it has a size of more than 1.2 acres. Its 3 stories include 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, a large pool and a patio at the back. The mansion also has direct access to the beach!
Joe Flacco – Corvette Stingray, Estimated $70K
After becoming MVP in 2013, Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback, Joe Flacco got this epic Corvette Stingray. Seeing as he is worth more than $35 million, we can believe that he could have bought it himself, but there’s nothing wrong with getting gifts. I wonder how much his car insurance cost him.
Ryan Tannehill – Fort Lauderdale, Estimated $4.3 Million
Ryan Tannehill, a quarterback for Miami Dolphins, has a home in Fort Lauderdale that is breathtaking! It has 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a home gym and a media room. There’s a long pool outside and oak trees that litter the lawn.
Ndamukong Suh – Fort Lauderdale, Estimated $6.5 Million
This star’s contemporary-style house in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is 11,142 square feet! It is very spacious and has floor-to-ceiling glass and glassed-in catwalks that create pathways to the upper sections of the house. There are 8 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a modern kitchen, a wine room, a home theater and even a gym. Going outside means seeing a pool, palm trees and even a waterfall.
Marcell Dareus – Ferrari F430, Estimated $280K
Does Marcell Dareus love red more than anything else in the entire world? Well maybe not more than customized Ferrari F430 – but that’s because it’s red. His $280K car has golden rims and a red velvet wrap to top it off. He even calls his baby the “Fur-rari”!
Thomas Jones – Rolls Royce Phantom, Estimated $300K
Thomas Jones was the running back for Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets and Chicago Bears. Apart from all the other cars he has, a custom red Rolls Royce Phantom makes it onto his favorite list. In 2011 he retired from the NFL and he’s willing to donate his brain to science after he dies!
Julius Peppers – Miami, Estimated $6.5 Million
When he was still playing for the Green Bay Packers, Julius Peppers invested in his Miami mansion. The defensive end’s Dutch-Caribbean plantation-style estate comes complete with 8 bedrooms, 8 baths, a chef’s kitchen, a wine cellar, a library, an infinity pool with a summer kitchen and a guesthouse.
Antonio Brown – Hollywood, Estimated $6.6 Million
It cost him $6.6 million to buy a 12-bedroom estate in Hollywood Oaks, but Antonio Brown took it to the next level when he put in his own synagogue. The mansion has 10 bathrooms, a huge guest house, an outdoor kitchen, 2 pools, a home cinema, a gym, a media room, an office and a large garage.
Julio Jones – Ferrari 458 Spider, Estimated $270K
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is the proud owner of a white Ferrari 458 Spider. It has red rims and a red stallion painted at the back. It cost him $270K and his car insurance probably wasn’t cheap either.
A.J. Green – Porsche Panamera 4S, Estimated $160K
Since 2011, A.J. Green has been Cincinnati Bengals’ wide receiver. His net worth is around $35 million, and remember that he’s only 28 years old. Although he doesn’t spend much money, he did get himself a $160,000 Porsche Panamera 4S.
Antrel Rolle – Maserati GranTurismo, Estimated $150K
This is a car I would be afraid to check the car insurance for. The All-American Super Bowl champion, Antrel Rolle owns a luxurious Maserati GranTurismo worth $150,000! He might have retired back in 2015, but his 834 career tackles will always live on.
Philip Rivers – Rancho Santa Fe, Estimated $4.7 Million
Philip Rivers, a Los Angeles Chargers quarterback bought himself an 8-acre property in the Rancho del Lago community in Santa Fe. His gated community home has a private tennis court, a swimming pool, a spa and total privacy.
Deion Sanders – Texas, Estimated $21 Million
He’s made it into the NFL Hall of Fame, and his house has made it onto this list. His Texas residence resembles a Mediterranean style and it comes with a huge lake. Aside from that, the home has an indoor basketball court, 10+ rooms, 6 baths, a bowling alley, home cinema, billiard room and a swimming pool.
Troy Aikman – Texas, Estimated $5.5 Million
Retirement couldn’t look any better for Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Troy Aikman. This star realized the value in buying properties in many places, and it has served him well. But his prized property is in Dallas – a 10,000 square foot beaut with a pool, a special home cinema with a snack bar, a wine room and a matching bar, a soaking tub, 4 baths, 6 bedrooms and a 3-car-garage.
LaDainian Tomlinson – California, Estimated $5 Million
LaDainian Tomlinson was the running back for the San Diego Chargers, and now is the owner of his own mansion. The huge estate is in California and is equipped with 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, a giant basketball court and swimming pool, a golf course, a drive-in-like movie theater and a wall-sized fish tank.
Patrick Willis – Aston Martin DB9, Estimated $200K
Linebacker Patrick Willis knows a thing or two about treating himself to some beautiful cars. But the former San Francisco 49er loves his 2013 Aston Martin DB9 most of all. Why? Maybe because it comes with custom tinted windows, black rims with red outlines. His baby clocks up $200,000 in value.
Kurt Warner – Scottsdale, Estimated $5 Million
Now Kurt Warner is a part-time football analyst, and he’s also a homeowner. The former Arizona Cardinals quarterback’s 11,000 sq foot mansion has everything he needs and more. The NFL player’s house has 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a home theater, a games room, and a beautiful pool.
Jerry Rice – California, Estimated $9 Million
Can you believe that former San Francisco wide receiver Jerry Rice has himself a smart-home? Not just any, it is 13,900 sq feet and comes with 6 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a sauna, a steam room, a gym, a movie theater and something you would never think about – a gift-wrapping room. Sounds exciting!
Rob Gronkowski – Boston, Estimated $2.2 Million
Gronk, as some know him, eventually left his sweet bachelor pad in Tampa for something a little more fitting. He now owns a $2.2 million penthouse on the sixth floor of an apartment building in Fort Point in Boston. His home has an accentuated exposed brick wall theme running throughout. His home even comes with a roof deck to die for.
Michael Strahan – Los Angeles, Estimated $17 Million
Following his position as a New York Giants defensive end, Strahan has made some worthwhile real estate investments. His prized property is definitely his 15,600 square foot mansion in LA. The mini palace has 9 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a fully-equipped chef’s kitchen, a swimming pool and a lot more.
Elvis Dumervil – Florida, Estimated $2.3 Million
Elvis Dumervil played defensive end for the San Francisco 49ers, the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos. Now he owns a massive 7,900 square-foot mansion that blends in with his neighbors in Florida. There were rumors that he sold this house – the one with 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, a games room, a home cinema, a wet bar, and a special pool – but it hasn’t been proven.
Keyshawn Johnson – California, Estimated $11 Million
Former wide receiver for the New York Jets, Buccaneers, and Cowboys, Keyshawn Johnson has a house we all wish we could call our own. In Calabasa, California, a massive house with 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, a games
room, a giant swimming pool and even a sunken basketball court, belongs to Keyshawn Johnson.
Patrick Willis – San Jose, Estimated $6 Million
Owning more than one home is something not everyone can afford themselves. But then again, 49ers linebacker, Patrick Willis isn’t an ordinary guy. His house in San Jose is designed with some beautiful Mediterranean style and it even has its own spa and gym.
Michael Strahan – Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Roadster, Estimated $525K
Michael Strahan comes up on our list again, but this time it’s not about his house. Strahan’s garage is our next stop, and there we can see a Cadillac Escalade ESV, a Porsche Carrera GT, a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Roadster, a Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupé, a Porsche 911 GT3 RS, a Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG, a Mercedes-Benz 600 and a glorious Lamborghini LM002.
Jay Cutler – Audi R8 GT, $200K
The ladies swoon when the Dolphins’ quarterback Jay Cutler steps onto the field. They probably turn their heads when they see him sporting his fancy $200,000 Audi R8 GT. The colors definitely give them something to look at.
Calvin Johnson – Porsche Panamera Turbo, Estimated $150K
We all know that Calvin Johnson can run pretty darn fast. That would be the reason (perhaps) that he got himself a Porsche Panamera Turbo which can reach 60mph in 3.2 seconds. After paying $150k he customized it and we’re sure the value rocketed.
Darrelle Revis – Range Rover Evoque, Estimated $50K
Former Jets cornerback and current free agent, Darelle Revis doesn’t believe in spending too much on cars. He still has to get good car insurance for his $50,000 Range Rover Evoque. And that’s not to say that it isn’t beautiful, because it is gorgeous!
Adrian Peterson – Texas, Estimated $6.7 Million
There must be quite a significant change from a house that’s worth $650,000 to one that’s worth $6.7 million. New Orleans Saints running back Adrian Peterso made that change and he’s never looked back. Do you think he has enough time to read? We sure hope so since he has a two-story library.
Jason Taylor – Rancho Sante Fe, Estimated $4.5 Million
Retirement should be well spent, and Jason Taylor took that very seriously. The former Miami Dolphins defensive end owns a massive 11,000 sq ft mansion in Sante Fe in California. It comes with 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a library, a wine cellar, a pool, a cinema, an infinity pool, a cigar and poker room, and a games room. Wow!
Josh Freeman – Tampa, Estimated $2 Million
Do you think Josh Freeman would want to sell his massive 5,837 square foot home in Tampa Florida? Well regardless of what we think, the free agent sold it with all its amenities – 6 bedrooms, 5 bath, a home cinema, a spa, a gym and a huge pool.