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Buyers & Sellers: Rams' Robert Quinn Purchases Newly Built L.A. Home For $4.25M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 29 / 16

Rams DE ROBERT QUINN  has purchased a "newly built house" in L.A. for $4.25M. The house sits on "more than three-quarters of an acre" and includes a "saltwater swimming pool and spa, a custom theater with soundproof walls and a 770-bottle wine vault set within a wall of glass." Inside the 7,20...

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