Richard Sherman: $2.31 million
Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman chose this 9,435 square-foot pad to call home in 2014. It previously belonged to professional athlete, Jamal Crawford of the Los Angeles Clippers, but now the Mediterranean-style home is where Sherman resides. Built in 2004, it’s nearly acres of land houses a basketball court, an indoor pool and even a pond.
Sherman bought this home in 2014 after he signed a four-year extension worth $57.4 million – making him the highest paid cornerback in the NFL at that time.
Russell Wilson: $6.7 million
Seahawks QB made the smart decision to purchase this waterfront mansion in 2015, shortly after signing a four-year contract extension worth $87.6 million. Located on Lake Washington, this 10,371 square-foot mansion features high ceilings, a whopping five fireplaces and stunning floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the master bedroom, giving him the perfect view of the lake.
All good things come at a cost however, as according to Windermere Real Estate, the annual taxes on Wilson’s estate are more than $66,215.