Miami Dolphins legend Dan Marino got sacked in the Broward real estate market for $90,000.
According to Broward County records, the face of the Fins for 17 seasons sold one of his investment properties in Weston two weeks ago at a loss of nearly 16 percent in over a decade.
The retired quarterback, who once lived in a 17,000-square-foot home with a moat so grandiose that filmmaker Oliver Stone used it to illustrate the riches of NFL players in On Any Given Sunday, unloaded a townhouse at Mariposa Pointe at Weston Town Center.
The deal was for $565,000 11 years after he bought it for $655,000, records show.
When Marino bought the crib, its value had doubled in the six years its first owner kept it.
Reminder, Dan: One makes money by selling high after buying low, not the other way around!