Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey says he's selling his home in suburban Littleton, Colorado after contract talks between he and the team soured.
"I am putting my Littleton, (CO) house up for sale. It will be officially listed within the next few days," the 10-time pro-bowler told KDVR's Josina Anderson on Wednesday.
Bailey just completed the final year of a 7-year, $63 million contract he signed with the Broncos in 2004. Before the Broncos cut off negotiations October, he was reportedly close to hashing out the terms of a 4-year extension that would have kept him in Denver through 2014.
The Broncos reopened talks with the 32-year-old Bailey this week, reportedly in hopes of signing him to an extension without placing the labeling him a "franchise" player.
However, Anderson tweeted that the team's offer hadn't changed much at all from the one it was proposing last year. Specifically, Bailey is requesting more guaranteed years on the contract.
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