Brian Bandell, South Florida Business Journal

Former Pro Bowl National Football League cornerback Samari Rolle could lose his Delray Beach home to a foreclosure over a $4 million mortgage.

A second-round draft pick out of Florida State University in 1998, Rolle played for the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens before retiring in 2010 due to neck injuries. He made the Pro Bowl in 2000.

On Sept. 6, JPMorgan Chase Bank filed a foreclosure lawsuit against Rolle over his house in Stone Creek Ranch.

Rolle and his wife paid $4.55 million in 2005 for the 13,747-square-foot house on 2.53 acres at 16201 Quiet Vista Circle. It features a pool and a basketball court with Florida State Seminole colors.

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