Beyond MoCo: Carson Wentz Buys Former Washington Head Coach Jay Gruden’s Old House

by MCS Staff

The Washington Commanders are preparing for the start of the regular season with new Quarterback Carson Wentz, and Wentz seems to have long term plans in the DC area. TMZ reports that Wentz has purchased the home that belonged to former Washington Head Coach Jay Gruden for $3.67 million.

Per the report, The 7,280-square foot home sits on 3 acres in Leesburg, Virginia– an hour west of the Commanders’ FedEx Field stadium. The home is described as a “magnificent French-Provincial estate” — comes with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, a chef’s kitchen, a home gym and a 3-car garage.” was listed by Bill Davis from Century 21, who confirmed to TMZ that Jay Gruden used to live in the home.

The Commanders traded for Wentz in March when they swapped 2nd round picks and gave an additional 3rd round pick and conditional 3rd round pick to the Indianapolis Colts for what Washington hopes to be a long term solution at quarterback. Wentz is coming off of a season where he threw for 27 touchdowns and 7 interceptions, going 9-8 with the Colts. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles with the second overall pick in the 1st round of the 2016 NFL Draft.


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