Eric Berry has established himself as a professional football player for the NFL with a career spanning eight years (and counting). He plays for the Kansas City Chiefs. Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, but, not easily deterred, he worked his hardest on making a return to such a highly competitive sport. He was named AP Comeback Player of the Year in 2015.
One of his notable purchases is a black Chevrolet Tahoe that has show-stopping 26″ Giovanna Dalar 6V wheels. Berry loves his ride, despite how much his views on life and his career have drastically changed since his life threatening illness. Its value is estimated at around $47K.
Charles Johnson – Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, Estimated $209K
It was a childhood dream of Charles’ Johnson to play for the NFL, where he’s now a veteran wide receiver. He first played for the Green Bay Packers, and has been a free agent since 2013.
Another dream Charles Johnson has fulfilled, having earned more than enough dough through football, is to have a collection of sports cars - specifically owning a Lambo. His Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder is his favorite of the lot, and it is estimated at $209k. These babies are not easy to maintain, but luckily, Charles Johnson has more than enough to sustain his hobby.
John Fox – Charlotte, Estimated $7 Million
John Fox had spent considerable time as the head coach of the Carolina Panthers, taking over for George Seifert in 2002, following a disastrous record. He immediately made considerable improvements to the team, even leading them to Super Bowl XXXVIII, despite losing in the end.
After 8 years with the Carolina Panthers, top management decided not to renew his contract. He had made huge investments by that time and decided to let go of a gorgeous piece of Charlotte real estate that is estimated at $7 million. The lavish Spanish-styled mansion offers a home theater, an infinity pool, and multiple rooms and baths that used to accommodate his family and friends.
Todd Gurley – Chatsworth, Estimated $1.8 Million
Todd Gurley is an American football running back for the Los Angeles Rams. He’s been playing for L.A. ever since his entry to the pros, drafted as the 10th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Despite suffering from a torn ACL, Gurley still managed to outperform his peers, and was voted as the Offensive Rookie of the Year.
When it came to purchasing his home in Chatsworth, Todd Gurley had absolutely nothing in mind but fun and relaxation. It’s the perfect place for him to unwind and convalesce from the wear and tear that comes with the job. His $1.8- million property has amazing amenities, like a lovely walk-in closet and a huge pool with a waterfall slide.
Nate Clements – Hummer H2, Estimated $63K
The American football cornerback was one of the top prospects of the 2001 NFL Draft, where he had signed to play for the Buffalo Bills for five years. He played for the San Francisco 49ers next, and then the Cincinnati Bengals, in a career that spanned a little over a decade.
Clements’ contract with the San Francisco 49ers should have been enough to afford him a very comfortable life, totaling an astounding $80 million. This allowed him to purchase and maintain a collection of muscle cars, like his favorite 2006 Hummer H2, worth $63,000, without making a dent in his bank account.