Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 1/17/13

Former NFL star and current sportscaster Ahmad Rashad and his wife Sale Johnson are reportedly headed for a divorce. Johnson, the ex-wife of New York Jets owner and Johnson & Johnson heir Woody Johnson, has been married to Rashad since 2005. According to Gossip Extra, the couple is quietly trying to negotiate a divorce settlement before filing later this year. Rashad and Johnson share a $5 million home together in the upscale Bears Club community in Jupiter, Fla., and that’s where the story gets interesting. As you may know, the Bears Club is home to a number of other famous celebrities and athletes. Most notably, Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan own homes in the luxurious private community. From Gossip Extra: Reports out of New York City, planted by Sale Johnson’s camp, we’re told, claim that Johnson has grown weary of Rashad’s bromance with soon-to-be Bears Club neighbor and NBA great Michael Jordan and golfer Tiger Woods, who lives in nearby Jupiter Island. What’s Johnson’s problem with Rashad’s BFs? Jordan has been known to drag Rashad with him to the West Palm Beach mammary Mecca Rachel’s (We’re sure it was for the steak!) while Woods has become a poster child for Sexaholics Anonymous. Remember that story we shared with you roughly a year ago about M.J. annoying his neighbors with childish antics like these? Perhaps Rashad has taken a liking to hanging out with M.J. and leaving his half-smoked cigars all around, too. Whatever the case, it’s unlikely that money will be a major issue — unless of course Rashad is seeking financial stability. Johnson is believed to have received more than $100 million from her split with Woody Johnson back in 2002, while Rashad is estimated to be worth around $8 million. Via EurWeb.com The post Ahmad Rashad, Sale Johnson divorcing because he hands out with Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan too much? appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Michael Jordan Relates to Tiger Woods, Offers Advice on Return Alyse Lahti Johnson Used to Make Tiger Woods Crayon Drawings? Alyse Lahti Johnson Is Tiger Woods’ New Girlfriend? We Doubt it

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