September 21, 2021

Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion

Six-year Tampa Bay Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is looking to score on his lakefront Tampa mansion.

Located at 16222 Sierra De Avila, the 5,004-square-foot home sits inside the well-to-do Avila gated-community. Built in 2009, the home comes with 4 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, as well as a 1,000-bottle wine room, a whole house generator, an elevator, a 4-car garage, an outdoor kitchen, and a screened-in pool and spa.

In 2006, Black was drafted in the third round by the Bucs, and played a total of six seasons with the team. According to property records, Black purchased the home for $1,670,00 in April of 2012, just a few months before suffering a severe injury after tackling San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Matthews. Ultimately, the injury ended his professional football career.

Black's home is currently asking $2,500,000, and the listing agent is Michelle Fitz- Randolph of Coldwell Banker Residential.

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Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion
Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion
Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion
Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion
Former Buccaneer linebacker Quincy Black is selling his Tampa mansion

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