The 2012 NFL season is here and millions of fans are excited, hoping and praying for their favorite teams. Although the dismal housing market has lately been showing some signs of forward motion, the pricey mansions and estates that pro football all stars tend to own are often a tough sale. Here are five of the NFL's all-time top quarterbacks and one of the league's best coaches who are trying to score a touchdown both on and off the field.
Any entourage of all-time great NFL quarterbacks can use a good coach and John Madden was one of the best. Although he might be better known today as a broadcaster (he won 14 Sports Emmy Awards and was the first person to do football broadcasts on all four U.S. Television networks) and video game star (Madden NFL video games have been best sellers since 1988), John was also one of the most successful coaches in NFL h... more
Tom Brady might be the best of the current crop of NFL quarterbacks, but he was just a 6th round draft choice out of the University of Michigan in 2000. Perhaps the best bargain draft pick in NFL history, Tom has been voted NFL MVP on two occasions and won three Super Bowl titles in an illustrious career. While he has done plenty on the field, he has also been lucky off the field. His wife is Brazilian supermodel Gis... more
Troy Aikman graduated from UCLA in 1989 as the top-rated college quarterback in the country and was that year's # 1 draft choice by the Dallas Cowboys. He quickly became a star for America's Team where he was a three-time Super Bowl champion and qualified for six Pro Bowls. While playing football may have come easy for Aikman, selling his $14 million Dallas mansion is not so easy. Troy may have been a trend setter i... more
Joe Montana came out of the University of Notre Dame legacy of NFL quarterbacks as a lightly regarded pro prospect and was drafted in the third round by the San Francisco 49ers in 1979. He became one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history with eight Pro Bowl selections and two NFL MVP awards. Joe absolutely dominated the 1980s with Super Bowl championships in 1981, 84, 88 and 89 . In 2006, Joe was named the number o... more
Kurt Warner was not even drafted for the NFL after graduating from the University of Northern Iowa in 1994. He tried out with the Green Bay Packers but was cut. He then went to work as a grocery store clerk in Cedar Falls, Iowa at $5.50 per hour before giving the Arena Football League a try. With great success as an indoor quarterback, he parlayed his talents into a stint in NFL Europe and then to the St. Louis Rams.... more
Terry Bradshaw was considered a can't miss prospect when he graduated from Louisiana Tech University, and was the first pick in the 1970 draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Although his first few years in the NFL were a bit erratic, by the end of the 70s Terry was probably the top quarterback in the league. He won four Super Bowls with the Steelers, won the 1978 MVP award and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection. During... more
Terry's home in Bradenton, Florida was built in 2007 in an upscale home development featuring a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course. In addition to over 5,000 square feet, the home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms on over an acre of land. Terry loves country-western music and has the entire house wired for surround sound. Similar to his Oklahoma home, his Florida place has lots of outside features including an out... more