Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick has sold his Davie, FL mansion to another pro baller.
Lawrence Guy, defensive tackle for the New England Patriots, bought the five-bedroom estate for the asking price of $1.399 million. The transaction closed Aug. 28.
“We’ve loved living in this home and raising our family here, but after welcoming our third baby, it’s time for us to expand,” Vick said in a statement in June.
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The home features nearly 6,300 square feet of living space, an in-home theater, and outdoor spa, pool and lounge areas with water views.
Vick played for the Atlanta Falcons (2001-2006), Philadelphia Eagles (2009-2013), New York Jets (2014) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2015) before joining the Alliance of American Football as offensive coordinator for the new league’s Atlanta Legends team.
Vick also served a 21-month prison sentence in 2007 and 2008 for his participation in the “Bad Newz Kennels,” a dog-fighting ring.
Guy signed a four-year, $20 million contract with the New England Patriots in 2017. He had previously played with the Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens and San Diego Chargers.