Aaron Donald – Karma Revero

Defensive tackle for the Los Angeles Rams, Aaron Donald, who named the Associated Press NFL Defensive Player of the Year twice and was ranked in 2019 as the Best Player in the NFL (whoah!), reportedly—and immediately—got a $130,000 Karma Revero after getting a contract extension with the Rams. And, trust us, $130,000 is nothing for Donald because the contract he signed was worth $135 million for six years—which isn’t even counting the $40 million signing bonus! To Donald’s credit, he also used his football earnings in the past to buy his parents the home they wanted. Awww! Isn’t that sweet?

Pat O’Donnell – Mclaren 570S

Patrick Michael O’Donnell, a punter for the Chicago Bears, reportedly dropped $200,000 plus on a Mclaren 570S. To be sure, this particular McLaren isn’t as pricey as most in McLaren’s line of vehicles, but it’s no slouch on the road, either, with its ability to get from naught to 60 in as fast as 3 seconds. Besides, just look at the thing and tell me with a straight face that it won’t get its share of gawkers on the street. Mr. O’Donnell might not be as in demand in the NFL as others on this list, but to his credit, he’s living a life just as baller as they are.

Odelle beckham jr – Rolls Royce Cullinan

Wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns, Odelle Beckham, who, according to his Wikipedia page, became “the first player to record more than 75 receptions, 1,100 yards, and ten touchdowns in a rookie season,” is reportedly living life to the fullest by rocking a heavily customized orange Rolls Royce Cullinan. And, with a net worth of around $25 million, the man who holds the distinction of being one of the most admired rookies in the history of the NFL can definitely afford it. We’re pretty sure that this Cullinan is just one of his many luxury vehicle investments, and we can’t wait to take a peek into his garage.

Antonio brown – Rolls Royce Wraith

Antonio Brown, a professional football punter who last played for the New England Patriots but is now on free agent status, reportedly owns this peculiar-looking Rolls Royce Wraith. Actually “peculiar” might not be the right word to describe the two-toned, funky-painted, yellow-and-black luxury vehicle, because the word suggests it doesn’t look as unbelievably cool as it does. In any case, we don’t really expect anything less than a gas-guzzling Rolls Royce from the NFL’s one-time highest-paid wide receiver. Interestingly, Brown had this car wrapped with a galaxy design at one point, which naturally raised a few eyebrows.

Cam newton – Ferrari F12 Berlinetta

Former Carolina Panthers’ quarterback Cam Newton, who’s now currently a free agent and has been able to break various records as a quarterback, including that of Peyton Manning’s 120-yard first game throw, is reportedly a proud owner of a blacked-out, gas-guzzling Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The price of the car is estimated to be north of $330,000—one can literally buy a helicopter for less than this. Interestingly enough, a dump truck was said to have hit Newton’s car in 2018, but the scratch was so small that it didn’t merit a police report.

Alfred morris – Mazda 626

Alfred Morris, a running back who played for various NFL teams throughout his career, including the Washington Redskins, the San Francisco 49ers, and the Arizona Cardinals, is amusingly still happy with his old, beat-down Mazda 626. He reportedly purchased the car way back in 1991 for—wait for it!—$2 and has kept it ever since. This despite that he’s as far from bankruptcy as one would expect an NFL player to be and makes millions of dollars from the league. Happily, Mazda, impressed by Morris’ frugality, offered to refurbish the car. We’re not sure if Morris took Mazda’s offer, but it’s likely he did.

Reggie bush—1967 Ford Shelby Mustang

Former football running back Reggie Bush, who played for various teams throughout his career and, to his credit, won the Heisman Trophy for being the most outstanding player in the nation, reportedly owns a very drool-worthy 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. For those who grew up watching the film Gone in Sixty Seconds, owning a Ford Mustang Shelby that was made in the ‘60s is a dream. Apparently, Bush also spent north of $800,000 pimping the car out. The car is a literal work of art. And while the man has more than a few expensive cars inside his garage, this one will certainly be the best.

Robinson Cano — Ferrari 458 Italia

The second baseman for the New York Mets, Robinson Cano, who won the gold medal and MVP award during the 2013 WBC tournament as well various other awards throughout his career including the 2011 Home Run Derby, the 2017 All-Star Game MVP, and more, reportedly owns a highly customized gold Ferrari 458 Italia. You’d think owning a Ferrari 458 is obscene enough, Cano’s has a gold “wet mirror” finish that elicits “oohs” and “aahs” wherever it goes. I guess these are the kinds of flimsy investments one has the luxury of making after signing, as Cano has, a $240-million sports deal.

Joe Johnson — Ford F-650

Seven-time NBA All-Star Joe Johnson, who was referred to as “Iso Joe” for his talent on the court, owns this unbelievably huge truck. To get an idea of just how big it is, imagine that the Ford F-150, which is America’s best selling truck, simply pales in comparison to the size of this, a Ford F-650. This truck will consume massive amounts of gas during normal commutes, but we guess that won’t be a problem for Johnson, who is, after all, a sports superstar. The total price he spent for this beast is reportedly around $200,000—the price of a home for us, but chump change for Johnson.

Lionel Messi — Maserati Gran Turismo

Captain of Spanish Football club Barcelona, Lionel Messi, who is widely regarded as the best football player of all time—not just currently, mind you, but of all time—is reportedly a proud owner of a Maserati Gran Turismo. Of course, it would be insane to think that this is his only luxury car, considering he’s worth $285 million. We’re sure this is just one of the many drool-worthy cars he uses, but still, this thing is no slouch, costing around $150,000. Of course, the price of Messi’s is, to a huge degree, so much more than that when you add up all the customization and tweaks he’s had put in.