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New Titans Head Coach Mike Vrabel Selling $2M Texas Home

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Mike Vrabel is leaving his Bellaire, TX, home for new pastures in Nashville, TN. The former linebacker recently accepted the head coach job with the Tennessee Titans, so he’s leaving his job as assistant coach for the Houston Texans.

Vrabel’s four-bedroom abode in Bellaire, now on the market for $1.99 million, was purchased in 2014, when Vrabel joined the Texans. Property records don’t note the price it sold for, but the Mediterranean-style home was on the market in 2013 for $1.69 million.

Even with the mild price bump, the 5,840-square-foot home will have the next owner doing an end-zone dance. The first reason: The home did not flood in the historic Hurricane Harvey rains, according to the listing.

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The “immaculate” home features a graceful two-story entry hall with grand staircase. The main level contains the library with “secret room,” a not-so-secret wine room, formal dining room, and chef’s kitchen that opens to a family room.

The second floor holds a game room, media room, master retreat with sitting area, plus three more beds and baths. There’s a loggia outside, along with a kitchen, heated pool, and lush landscaping.

The Ohio-born Vrabel played college ball at Ohio State University and spent a couple of seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before joining the New England Patriots in 2001. He was an integral member of three Super Bowl–winning teams with the Pats, before finishing his NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Vrabel moved into coaching in 2010, first at his alma mater with the Buckeyes, and then with the NFL for the Texans in 2014. Last month, he accepted the head coach position with the Titans.

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