Tampa Bay Bucs GM Jason Licht is selling his South Tampa home
A house owned by the guy responsible for hauling in Tom Brady and the rest of the Super Bowl LV winning roster is now for sale in South Tampa.
Located at 4406 W Azeele St., the home was built in 2003 and is owned by Tampa Bay Buccaneer General Manager Jason Licht and his wife Blair. The 5,565-square-foot French Provincial estate comes with five bedrooms, and six bathrooms, as well as a built in espresso machine, a wet bar, a game room, a loft area, and a pool.
As of now, there's no word if the sale will include all of Licht's autographed football jerseys, and as you can see there are a ton of them.
"He probably has three times that many jerseys than what you see in these photos," said listing agent Abby Grimaldi of Florida Executive Realty. Grimaldi also assured Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that Bucs fans don't need to worry, Licht isn't going anywhere, he's staying put in Tampa.
Obviously this is good news. Licht is arguably the most renowned GM in Bucs history. Besides signing the GOAT, Licht drafted Mike Evans, Vita Vea, Devin White, Chris Godwin and other key players. Not to mention he was instrumental in signing Jason Pierre-Paul, Shaq Barrett, Leonard Fournette, Rob Gronkowski, Antonio Brown, and Ndamukong Suh.
Licht's South Tampa football temple is currently asking $2,199,000.