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Three-time NFL Pro Bowler Jevon Kearse, who terrorized quarterbacks with 14.5 sacks in his rookie season in 1999, is now looking to charm a potential buyer for his home in Pompano Beach, FL, which went into foreclosure in 2013.
Now priced at $4 million, the 6,064-square-foot Mediterranean-style home has been the source of ongoing drama. Kearse, aka "The Freak," bought the home in 2004 for $6,051,500, shortly after signing a $66 million deal with the Eagles.
However, property records show that Kearse still owns the fabulous home, so it looks like the retired defensive end has saved the mansion from foreclosure.
The three-story, six-bedroom home includes a four-car garage, gilded theater room, 5.5 luxurious bathrooms, a Renaissance-style painted ceiling in the great room, and 100 feet of water frontage off the Hillsboro Inlet.
Kearse last took the field in 2009, after a rash of injuries slowed his career trajectory.