Super Bowl 2022 players' homes: Matthew Stafford, Joe Burrow + more

See where the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals players live

Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals are set to go head-to-head at the 2022 Super Bowl, and with some of the highest-earning athletes in the world among the teams, many of the players have seriously impressive property portfolios.

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From Odell Beckham Jr. to Aaron Donald, take a peek behind closed doors at the Super Bowl players' houses…

Los Angeles Rams players' homes

Matthew Stafford's house

Matthew Stafford's wife Kelly revealed a look at their kitchen

Following his transfer to the Los Angeles Rams in 2021, Matthew Stafford reportedly splashed out $19.6million on a house within the gated community of Hidden Hills. According to, he snapped up the property while it was still under construction, but plans suggested that it will have a library, den, and two wine cellars, along with indoor and outdoor kitchens, a swimming pool and 12-car garage, as well as a sports court.

Matthew's wife Kelly often shares glimpses at their home life on social media, and recently showcased their stunning kitchen, complete with multiple marble-topped islands with black pendant lights hanging overhead, and wooden cabinets.

Cooper Kupp's house

Wide Receiver Cooper Kupp splashed out $6.6million in three months on two lavish properties in Westlake Village, Los Angeles, and Wilsonville, Oregon. His LA home cost $4.1million and has a chef's kitchen with butler's pantry, five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, and an outdoor pool area with a covered cabana.

Aaron Donald's house

Aaron Donald lives in Calabasas

Aaron Donald owns a $4.7million home in Calabasas, which he shares with his girlfriend Jaelynn Blakey and their children. It has four bedrooms, a large kitchen, formal dining room and expansive garden, complete with a bar, BBQ, outdoor fireplace and swimming pool.

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A photo previously shared by the NFL player showed a peek inside his living room, which has crittal-style doors, parquet flooring and luxurious grey velvet sofas.

Odell Beckham Jr.'s house

Odell Beckham Jr. has owned various properties in New York, Los Angeles and Cleveland, and even famously house-sat for Drake back in 2016, staying in the rapper's self-proclaimed "Yolo Estate" in the Hidden Hills.

Von Miller's house

Von Miller owns several properties across the US, and while little is known of his Los Angeles home, he reportedly owns a four bedroom home in Foxfield, Colorado, as well as a poultry farm in DeSoto, Texas.

Andrew Whitworth's house

Andrew Whitworth lives in Westlake Village

According to Variety, Andrew Whitworth bought an eight-bed, 7.5 bathroom house in Westlake Village, Los Angeles, which sits on almost one acre of land and has a swimming pool and basketball court.

Andrew often shares glimpses inside his home on Instagram, including his lavish kitchen with marble counters, white cabinets and a large island.

Cincinnati Bengals players' homes

Joe Burrow's house

He may have signed a $36million contract with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2020, but Joe Burrow still lives at home in Athens County, Ohio, with his parents. The athlete's dad has previously jokingly called him "a millionaire living in his parents' basement", but it appears he is in no rush to move out.

Joe has previously shared a look at the modest garden at the property with his 2.5 million Instagram followers, showing a pristine lawn and white picket fence.

Joe Burrow still lives at home with his parents

Joe Mixon's house

Cincinnati Bengals player Joe Mixon previously lived in a four bedroom home in the Cincinnati suburb of Anderson Township that he sold in February 2021 for $790,000. It is reported that the athlete has since spent $3.2million on a 1.13-acre lot close to the Coldstream Country Club.

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