Ndamukong Suh: $6.5 million



Defensive tackle Suh signed a six-year contract with the Dolphins for a mind-blowing $114 million, meaning he had plenty of money to spend on a new house. This mansion in Fort Lauderdale came with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and vaulted ceilings across 11,412 square-feet. Suh certainly loves his glass, as the house features floor-to-ceiling windows, glassed-in catwalks (for the lovely ladies to strut their stuff) and a glass-enclosed wine room.

You can find him floating around in his pool or pool house, which also has a spa and waterfall. This 6’4″ 310 pound DT even managed to get the asking price down to $6.5 million from $8.49 million – we wonder if his size had anything to do with it.

Asante Samuel: $7.5 million


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The two-time Super Bowl champion purchased this Florida mansion for $2.4 million back in 2008, making him a hefty profit when he recently sold it for $7.5 million. Inside the colossal 18,000 square-foot mansion you can find a game room, music studio, gym, sauna, hair salon, home theatre, nine bedrooms and 12 and a half bathrooms.

Even more impressive, Samuel spent $1 million building a stunning 140,000 gallon pool that has waterfalls, a geyser and even a beach-style entry.