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Former Dallas Cowboys WR Patrick Crayton is looking to sell his mansion for $1.89 million. The house is located in Lewisville, a suburb just north of Dallas, and is a short 30 minute drive to Cowboys Stadium.
Crayton, who is still technically a free agent, has been out of the league since a brief stint in San Diego ended in 2011.
With no bites last year and a recent injury history scaring teams off, Crayton is probably sensing his time in the NFL is done. Time to liquidate! Remember, a full five years have passed since Crayton signed his $14 million deal with the Cowboys.
Scoop On Crayton’s Texas Crib
6 bed, 8 bath
8,997 sq. ft.
Built in 2009
Rests on a private community golf course
14.1 miles from The Lodge Gentlemen’s Club
7.2 miles to the nearest Whole Foods
[Estimated Monthly Payment $8,500 after mortgage and greens fees]
[Buy Patrick Crayton's House - Realtor]
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