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NFL lockout may force players to sell some pricey real estate

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady tries to flog his plush Manhattan pad for a whopping $18.5m.

Reproduced with permission from BusinessInsider

TOM BRADY HAS been prepping for the NFL lockout for a while now.

By the time it started this weekend, he had gone into contract to sell his Manhattan pad on a high floor in the twin-towered Time Warner Center, overlooking Central Park.

Brady had been renting out the three-bedroom spread for $50K per month since buying in 2004 and was previously asking $18.5M, but we’re betting the impending cash-flow problems might have driven him to cut a deal.

The Patriots quarterback and fellow pigskin slingers Peyton Manning and Drew Brees are suing the league for instituting a lockout.

With (relatively) lean times ahead, Manning and Brees might also be saying goodbye to some of their real estate holdings.

NFL lockout may force players to sell some pricey real estate
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