Sacked! Former Colt Dwight Freeney Cuts Price on Indiana Home

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Former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney has sliced $100,000 off the price of his megamansion in Carmel, IN. The 10,000-square-foot home is now just a dollar under the $2 million mark.

The All-Pro with over 100 sacks to his name played his first 11 seasons with the Colts, spent the past couple of seasons with the San Diego Chargers, and is currently a free agent.

After being dumped by the Colts in 2013, Freeney has no need for his old Indiana home. It's been on the market since December 2014 and was initially priced at $2.35 million.

Located in a well-to-do neighborhood surrounding a small lake, Freeney's luxury home features limestone flooring, a grand chandelier in the two-story foyer, a marble fireplace, a modern kitchen, and an impressive man cave.

Calling the bright and airy lower level a "man cave" is an understatement. It boasts its own kitchen, living room, and fireplace. Of course, there's also a theater room with tiered seating.

You can go directly from the man cave to the patio and pool area outside. There's also a private outdoor spa room with an overhead flat-screen TV.

Upstairs, the master suite features a fireplace, walk-in closet, and patio with lakeside views.