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Found February 13, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Kurt Warner
TEAMS: St. Louis Rams

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According to TMZ.com, former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner has had such a hard time selling his mansion that he plans on auctioning it off.

Warner listed the 11,300 sq. ft. Paradise, AZ home for $5 million in 2011, but it hasn’t sold. Shocking because the place is awesome — featuring six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a guest house, a workout room, theater room, its own elevator … and even an in-ground trampoline.

If you’re interested in participating in the auction, it will take place on Feb. 27th.

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