If you ever questioned what NFL player has the coolest cars, the wealthiest NFL players drive insane rides once in the pros.
With money no object, extra cash comes from bumper pay packages, contract signings, and endorsement deals. On par with luxury living some players have supercar garages, custom emblems, and other ways to display their wealth.
Buckle up for 8 NFL players and their exotic automobiles.
Brandon Marshall: Porsche 911 GT3
Maybe you are wondering do any NFL players own a Bugatti or Porsche. You bet-ter believe it. Wagering over vehicles is nothing new.
Antonio Brown made a crazy bet with a wide receiver over his GT3 if the other player could score more receiving yards.
Despite losing, Brown donated the equivalent amount of money to charity, and Brown gave the receiver his ride.
Marshawn Lynch: Lamborghini Aventador
The Seahawks running back knows what it means to push through the opposition as he zips past everyone in his 700 bhp V12 Lamborghini.
The Aventador Roadster is a supercar that reaches 60 mph in under 3 seconds. Take that to the endzone!
Tom Brady: Aston Martin DB11
No list is complete without Tom Brady’s endorsement for Aston Martin with its buttery smooth V-12 engine. The limited-edition $360,000 convertible resembles a Barcolounger. It includes Strathmore leather, a 1,000-watt Bang & Olufsen system, a luxury cabin, and an all-aluminum clamshell hood.
In addition to the GOAT’s super ride fleet, the British manufacturer designed 12 special Vanquish S Volantes. Each has a signature TB12 custom embossed logo on the fender badge and Brady’s signature on the sill plates. Max street cred.
Joe Haden: Lamborghini Aventador
Fans often ask what kind of car does Joe Haden drive. With a net worth of over $100 million, the Steelers A-lister added a Lamborghini Aventador, valued at $399k, to replace his older Lambo.
The cornerback’s collection is worth a cool $1.2 million. Hence, you should definitely learn how to bet on NFL games if you want the cash flow to acquire these astonishing vehicles.
Haden’s garage includes a 2017 Range Rover SV Autobiography ($177k), a 2017 Rolls Royce Wraith ($320k), a 2017 Rolls Royce Ghost ($305k), and a white Murcielago Roadster.
While no Mayweather (100 cars, 16 Rolls Royces), Joe’s collection is proof, he has swag. And then some.
Aaron Donald: Karma Revero
Like Lifestyles of the Rich and Favored, Rams defensive player Aaron Donald’s 6-year bumper gave him a whopping $135 million contract extension. Hence, his bucket list included buying opulent autos.
Treating himself to an exclusive Karma Revero (luxury Tesla), the electric car with a backup combustion engine set Donald back about $140,000. Aaron’s next investment was buying his parents’ home so that they could retire early.
Pat O’Donnell: McLaren 570S
Bears punter Pat O’Donnell’s grey McLaren coupe has a glam aesthetic. The British sports car (lightest weight in its class) has enough features for a daily driver.
From the McLaren Sports Series, the distinctive design includes flying buttresses, dihedral doors, and a tear-dropped-shaped cockpit. Sleek and low stance, with a driver-centric focus, it is ready for the open road or the next practice.
And speaking of focused practices.
Search for what NFL player lived in his car, and you will come across Jaydon Mickens.
The Jaguars player lived in his car while on the practice squad. Banking $6,500 weekly, he and Larry Pickard would park at the stadium or hotel lot and crash overnight. But all that changed in week seven when O’Donnell made the squad and received a base salary of $465K.
Cut three times before signing; he became one of the best NFL punt receivers.
Odelle Beckham Jr: Rolls Royce Cullinan
Odelle is an NFL phenom, and given his $21.5 million overall earnings, he knows how to spend BIG.
After acquiring a lavishly customized Rolls Royce Cullinan SUV, the sports celeb removed the ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ emblem and added a custom hood logo of Little Odell. The pièce de ré·sist·ance is that the emblem depicts his rookie year catch with the Giants. Seems fitting.
Boasting a Dawg Pound orange wrap, custom Dreamworks Motorsports features include 26-inch Forgiato wheels, floating monogram center caps, and a JL audio sound system.
OBJ’s exotic collection (worth $9 million) is proof. Players gonna play.
Cam Newton: Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
Quarterback of the Carolina Panthers, Cam’s Ferrari F12 Berlinetta, a powerhouse ride, includes over 700 bhp packed in a 6.3L V12 engine.
Ready for several laps around the tarmac, who would imagine a dump truck colliding with this supercar? Lucky for Cam that the damage was minimal (and he had insurance).
I Feel the Need—the Need for Speed.
With the latest custom-designed supercars, athletes with big budgets can have what they want. NFL players’ cars are not your average sports car. From decked-out custom wheels to the sickest sound systems and horsepower, these flamboyant rides are proof. Membership has its privileges.