The former Miami Dolphins star took about a $400,000 loss based of his $3.6 million purchase price in 2006. Back then, he was one of the NFL’s most ferocious pass rushers, tallying 13.5 sacks that season and forcing nine fumbles en route to 139.5 career sacks, which currently ranks seventh on the NFL’s all-time list.
Initially listed for as high as $4.15 million, the 10,247-square-foot residence in Weston has seven bedrooms and ten bathrooms. Among its highlights are a curved-glass staircase, a wine cellar, a cigar/poker room, a theater with stadium seating, and a built-in 500-gallon saltwater fish tank.
Taylor was inducted into the Hall of Fame a few weeks ago after a prolific 15-year career that included 13 years with Miami. Records show the residence sold about a week later.
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