By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter
They are some of the biggest names in football, and they have some of the biggest houses in America to match their huge paychecks and massive builds!
As fans get ready for the highly-anticipated Super Bowl rematch between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants on February 5, RadarOnline.com has photos, courtesy of our friends at Zillow.com, inside the most opulent homes in the NFL.
Tom Brady has plenty of room to house a fourth championship ring if he leads the Patriots to another victory. The New England quarterback and his supermodel wife, Giselle Bunchen, recently completed construction on their sprawling $20 million mansion in Los Angeles.
Brady is also the proud owner of a 5,311-square foot condo on Beacon Street in Boston, which he currently has listed for $10.5 million. With sweeping views of Beantown’s Charles River, landscaped roof deck and sky garden, the historical 3-bedroom, 3.5 bedroom home boasts intricate stone carvings and huge bay windows.
The Dallas Cowboys had a disappointing 2012 record, but at least All-Pro defensive end DeMarcus Ware had a palatial pad to go home to after their season was over. Ware recently listed his six-bedroom, 9,304 square-foot Dallas area home for $2 million. Located in one of the city’s most exclusive gated communities, the English style home has four living rooms, a wine porch, outdoor pavilion, seven fireplaces and a stunning pool and spa. A cushioned turf yard play area, ground level trampoline and putting-chipping green make the house any child – or sports star’s – dream home!
After his longtime dispute with the Cincinnati Bengals ended with him being traded to the Oakland Raiders last year, Carson Palmer put his Ohio home on the market to finally kiss goodbye to the Midwest. Recently sold for $1.915 million, the 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath home is situated on a private 5-acre lot and impeccably decorated with carved-wood paneling, floor-to-ceiling windows and built-in bookcases. With a full game room, pool table and wet bar, the 5,575 square foot house is the perfect place for a Super Bowl party. Weather-permitting, guests can enjoy an opulent pool, spa, golf green, pond and lush landscaping.
Controversial receiver Terrell Owens recently complained that he was jobless and friendless, but at least he has a sweet high rise apartment to sit home alone in and tweet from. The former Cowboys, Eagles and 49ers player recently dropped the price of his 3-bedroom, 4.5-bath unit in the swanky Azure building in downtown Dallas. Currently listed at $1.6 million, the 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home is on the market for $95,000 less than the original asking price.
Kurt Warner was thanking God for his touchdown passes long before Tim Tebow was even a blink in the NFL’s eye, so it’s no surprise the Super Bowl winning quarterback can afford a fabulous home. The former Rams and Cardinals player has listed his 7-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom contemporary 11,329-square foot Phoenix area home for $4,998,500. Located in the Paradise Valley area of the Arizona city, it features a large billiards room with wet bar, guesthouse, a piano room, formal living, theater room and a spa.