Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett has signed a four-year, $69.2 million contract extension with the franchise that includes a $37 million bond.
Rocket obtained a real estate license in Washington during the NFL offseason, reports KOMO News. He is also studying to take an exam in Texas. good.
Rocket passed the Washington State test in February and was licensed in March. He dived into the rapidly changing housing market and listed his $3.2 million home in Sammamish, 20 miles east of Seattle.
The house was eventually sold at the asking price and put on hold after just 7 days. He described the sales process as “really cool.”
Despite the fact that training camps are underway, he is still working. Last Friday, Rocket told reporters he had another contract pending and joked that he used the real estate phone more often than his personal phone.
After purchasing his first home, the athlete said he decided to get into the business based on the amount of time he spent watching HGTV when he was younger. Rocket also threw out the idea that it might eventually move into development.
For now, the Rockets will be heading into the NFL season soon, but hopes for his team have dwindled after the franchise traded off superstar quarterback Russell Wilson. Be part of the receiving squad catching passes from Jenno Smith or Drew Locke.
The Rockets caught 73 passes for eight touchdowns and had a career-high 1,175 receiving yards last season. The receiver has made his first All-Pro appearance on his team once and his second appearance on his team twice in his seven-year career.
— Holden Walter Warner