Retired NFL wide receiver Chris Chambers, who starred for the Miami Dolphins for nearly seven seasons in the early 2000s, is asking $1.495 million for his expansive Florida home.
Located in Davie, the 6,963-square-foot mansion is named “Casa Di Fortuna” and includes six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a home theater, and bright purple carpet in the master bedroom.
Chambers showed off dynamic athleticism during his 10-year NFL career, playing for the Dolphins from 2001 to 2007 after getting drafted by Miami in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft out of Wisconsin. His resume includes over 500 receptions, 7,648 yards, and 58 touchdowns. He ranks fifth in receptions (405) on the Miami Dolphins’ all-time receiving list.
Chambers still lives in South Florida, where he runs a nonprofit foundation (CATCH84) aimed to help kids “through educational and athletic empowerment” and a fitness center called Chamber Fitness, where he trains athletes of all ages.