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Rahim Moore is leaving Texas and looking for redemption and (most likely) real estate in Cleveland.
After a rocky season in which the Houston Texans benched and then released him after just seven games, the 26-year-old safety is selling his home in Pearland, TX, and making his way north to play with the Cleveland Browns.
Moore had signed a three-year, $12 million deal with the Texans before the 2015 season but was removed from the lineup during Week 7. In March, the Browns signed him for a one-year contract worth $1.85 million.
Moore lived in this $525,000 house for less than a year. It measures 4,198 square feet and has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
Built in 2009, the traditional-style brick home features a heated saltwater pool with water features, a spa, and a large patio area outside. The front door has leaded glass, and the large kitchen features granite countertops. There's also a game room and media room. The upstairs master suite features a whirlpool tub and walk-in shower.
Moore is looking to redeem himself in Cleveland after his run with the Texans. According to Cleveland.com, Moore said his benching "was mortifying" and that he was "crying and all kinds of stuff. But that's because I love football a lot. You want to be out there."