Two weeks after getting fired, former Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin isn't wasting much time moving on from South Florida.
Philbin put his 6,700 square-foot mansion in Davie, Florida, up for sale for $2.499 million, Exit Realty real estate agent Deborah Khoury confirmed to ESPN.com Wednesday. The home has six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
"It just actually went on the market last week," Khoury said.
Philbin bought the house in 2012 when he was hired by the Dolphins. Owner Stephen Ross hoped Philbin would be the long-term solution at head coach. However, Philbin was fired after Week 4 this season and finished 24-28 in three-plus seasons in Miami.
Khoury said Philbin is doing OK, despite putting his home on the market under rough circumstances.
"He's a very nice gentleman," Khoury said. "Their whole family is very nice, decent people."