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Sports Lions QB Matthew Stafford: Selling house 'has nothing to do with' wanting out of Detroit

17:35  12 august  2020
17:35  12 august  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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When Matthew Stafford put his $6.5 million Michigan mansion up for sale this spring, it raised the antennas of football fans everywhere.

Tom Brady listed his Massachusetts mansion last fall and left the New England Patriots as a free agent a few months later, and Philip Rivers put his California home up for sale about the same time he and the Los Angeles Chargers made their offseason split official.

a large pool of water: The home of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford at 1867 Long Pointe Drive in Bloomfield Twp. is on sale for $6.5 million. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom lakefront home features 12,295 square feet, including 7,720 above ground. © Matt Barker/Max Broock Realtors The home of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford at 1867 Long Pointe Drive in Bloomfield Twp. is on sale for $6.5 million. The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom lakefront home features 12,295 square feet, including 7,720 above ground.

But Stafford, in his first media appearance since the day before he listed his house for sale in May, insisted Tuesday that his real estate dealings have no correlation with his desire to stay in Detroit.

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"It has nothing to do with my tenure here or how long I’ve been here, how long I want to be here," Stafford said. "I don’t know how many times I got to tell you guys I want to be here as long as I can. But it has nothing to do with that, I promise."

Stafford said he has not sold the home, which sits on 1.27 acres of lakefront property in Bloomfield Township and includes a glass elevator and indoor half basketball court made of flooring the Detroit Pistons played on at the Pontiac Silverdome.

"I’m sure you guys would report it if I had (sold it)," he said. "Are you looking to make an offer?"

Kelly Stafford wrote in an Instagram post in May that the couple was selling their house to get away from the water.

The Staffords have four kids under age 4, including a newborn. They bought a house in California last year and own a home in Atlanta with a pool.

Entering his 12th NFL season, Stafford, the No. 1 pick of the 2009 NFL draft, is the most prolific passer in Lions history but has yet to lead the team to a playoff victory.

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Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford puts his Bloomfield Township, Michigan, home up for sale for .5 as trade rumors surround the former University of Georgia standout. But, the house going on the market has nothing to do with the trade rumors surrounding Stafford , a former Georgia

He was the subject of trade speculation early this offseason, though Lions general manager Bob Quinn quickly shot down the rumors.

Asked why they were moving, Stafford, who has two years left on his contract after this season, said it was a "family matter, that’s all."

"I think Kelly put something out there," he said. "You guys can just ride with that."

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