LaMarr Woodley has gotten an upgrade. The linebacker for the Arizona Cardinals has traded in his Pittsburgh, PA, townhouse for a sprawling mansion in South Lyon, MI. The cost for this posh real estate: $1,475,000.
While the commute would be a tad long during the football season, it makes sense that the Pro Bowl 'backer and former Pittsburgh Steeler would want to put down roots close to where he grew up.
The Michigan native played college ball at the University of Michigan, where he was recognized as an All-American. And, the former Saginaw High School alumni hasn't forgotten his hometown. He's helped out area public schools over the years, and even established a foundation to support Saginaw students.
His new 6,000-square-foot spread has plenty of room for the whole team to come over. The party pad features a pool and plenty of entertaining space throughout, including a media room, a spacious great room and dining room, and a huge kitchen.