Pending Tennessee Titans free agent cornerback Cortland Finnegan sold his Riverwalk home today for $228,000, according to a filing with Davidson County Register of Deeds.
This is worth noting because Finnegan is the center of much will-he-stay-or-will-he-go speculation in the football hot-stove circles.
From a fiduciary standpoint, the sixth-year man out of Samford took a loss, having bought the Bellevue home for $272,900 in the spring of 2007.
It's worth noting this may be a pure real estate move and not an indicator of Finnegan's football future, as the 2008 All-Pro still owns property on Long Boulevard and a home in Annandale in Williamson County.
Or, of course, it could be Finnegan tying up loose ends before leaving Nashville.
The NFL's free agency period begins March 13.
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