Now that Dockett’s headed north to continue his career, he’s offloading his six-bedroom, five-bathroom home in Chandler, AZ, for $ 949,000. And while his new contract may ease the pain, he’s getting sacked on the price. Records indicate he bought the 4,894-square-foot property in December 2006 for $ 1.4 million—$ 450,000 more than what it’s listing for today.
The one-story, Tuscan-style home has high ceilings and towering archways. The home’s open design seamlessly melds the kitchen, dining room, and living room, all further united by the travertine flooring. The luxurious kitchen has granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and alder cabinetry.
Outside you can entertain guests on the covered patio, cook up a feast at the grill station, or take a dip in the spa or pool, which comes with a waterfall.
The master bedroom has a fireplace and spa-themed bathroom. There’s also a theater room with a pull-down projection screen and an elevated seating area. To the side is a wet bar, in case you feel like relaxing with a cocktail after a hard day of busting through blockers.
The home is part of a gated community at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Tierra Linda subdivision of Chandler. Phoenix is only 40 minutes away by car.
Dockett spent 10 seasons terrorizing opposing backfields with the Arizona Cardinals until they cut him loose after the 2014 season. The Florida State product has made the Pro Bowl three times and recorded 40.5 sacks over the course of his career.