Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano, widely expected to be fired, put his Davie home on the market this week for $1.499 million, according to the multiple listing service.
The home "is in pristine condition," with a gourmet kitchen, theater room, fireplace, marble floors, a pool and outdoor kitchen, according to the listing.
Sparano and his wife Jeanette bought the home in 2008 for $1.7 million, property records show.
The coach said the house is on the market now that he and his wife are "empty-nesters."
"When I moved into my house I had seven people [in the house]," he said. "My daughter just moved out two weeks ago to go to college in Texas. I have zero people. Nobody is upstairs."
Sparano first tried to sell the five-bedroom lakefront home in January but canceled the listing in March.
"It was out there a while ago and we took it off and put it back on, and took it off because of the season. There's nobody there. That's the God to honest truth."
At 0-6, the Dolphins are one of three winless teams in the NFL. Dolphins owner Steve Ross tried to recruit then-Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh in January before opting to retain Sparano and giving him a contract extension.
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