Cooper Kupp just sold his mansion, but he’s not going anywhere to play for another team, just simply changing addresses.
The Los Angeles Rams star just unloaded his mansion in Westlake Village, California. Per TMZ Sports, the 6,893 square-foot residence sold for the list price of $5.25 million.
The house, which was built in 1992, includes six full bathrooms, five bedrooms, a four-car garage, an inground pool, and spa. Per James McClain of Dirt.com, Kupp purchased the home in Westlake Village for $4.1 million.
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The reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Year has spent his entire professional career in Los Angeles. He was a third-round draft pick by the Rams in 2017 out of Eastern Washington.
The Rams signed Kupp to a three-year, $47.3 million contract extension before the start of the 2020 season.
Last season, Kupp put up one of the greatest statistical seasons in NFL history; catching 145 balls for 1,947 yards and 16 touchdowns on his way to Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Kupp’s recent sale doesn’t mean he’s going anywhere. Rather, he’s likely just looking to upgrade, with a big raise expected to come his way in the very near future. But the news hasn’t stopped Bills fans from speculating that something could be brewing:
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