Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden is putting up his $700,000 Arkansas home up for sale, according to the Dallas Morning News.
According to a Realtor.com listing, he's looking to sell the 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom 4,235 square-foot cliff-dweller for just under $700,000. The home features a back deck and pool overlooking the Arkansas River and the I-430 bridge over it.
The house is absolutely stunning. Here's some of the photos:
The News reports that ff he can manage to get a buyer to bite on the list price, he'll come out with close to a 10 percent profit, considering he bought the home for $638,000 in 2009.
Last month, McFadden filed a second lawsuit in Arkansas over the management of his finances. The former University of Arkansas football standout initially filed a lawsuit in June 2016 against Michael Vick (not the former NFL quarterback), a family friend who served as McFadden's business manager and financial adviser. McFadden alleges Vick misappropriated millions of dollars and mishandled his duties.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported McFadden filed a lawsuit Little Rock this May against Ameriprise Financial Services Inc., the company Vick worked for when he managed McFadden's finances.
The suit alleges the company was negligent and actively concealed Vick's actions as he "manipulated" McFadden to seize control over his professional income, assets and retirement savings.
The 29-year-old rusher from Arkansas is entering his 10th professional season. In nine seasons McFadden has rushed for 5,423 yards and scored 33 total touchdowns. He's also lost 15 fumbles.