Known during his NFL career as “Prime Time,” NFL legend Deion Sanders’s oversized mega mansion is a perfect match for his flashy style. This 29,123-square-foot home, dubbed the “Ultimate Party and Family Ranch,” has an indoor basketball court, a bowling alley, a football field, a tennis court, indoor and outdoor pools, and it’s very own 12-acre lake. Sanders listed his Prosper, Texas mansion for $21 million back in 2011, but wasn’t able to find a buyer.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo kept true to the old “Everything is bigger in Texas” when he custom built this enormous 32,515 square-foot mansion. Dallas real estate experts estimate Romo paid at least $3 million for the land, and close to $6 million for the construction. But that’s pocket change for a guy who signed a $108 million contract.
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning paid $4.57 million for this 16,464-square-foot mansion in Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. In addition to the 7-bedrooms and 10-bathrooms, Manning’s mansion has an elevator, and a dog room with an indoor/outdoor heated kennel. The future Hall-of-Famer got a good deal — the house was originally purchased in 2005 for $5.7 million.