Matt Stafford Lists His Huge Detroit Mansion For $6.5 Million After Trade Request (PICS)

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Matthew Stafford will eventually be on another team for the 2021 season and possibly beyond after the franchise agreed to his trade request.

The Lions have yet to orchestrate a trade for him, but the veteran quarterback has wasted no time putting his home up for sale.

He is asking for $6.5 million for his mansion.

The 7,720-square-foot home boasts five bedrooms, five bathrooms, two powder rooms and a half court with the original floor from the Detroit Pistons’ Silverdome.

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The enormous house also has five fireplaces, a 625-bottle wine cellar, a coffee bar, a glass elevator, a quartzite chef’s kitchen, marble bathrooms, a two-story foyer, walls of windows and granite floors, according to the listing.