When the economic collapse caused a housing crisis, some may have assumed that only those who struggled financially found themselves in dire straits and on the verge of personal financial collapse. However, the struggle to avoid home foreclosure and stay on stable financial ground was one that spanned across all economic classes of society. In fact, a well-known Miami Dolphins football player, Bob Kuechenberg, finds himself at the center of a Florida home foreclosure case.
Kuechenberg played 14 seasons with the team, and he was also a Pro Bowl choice six times. Back in 2003, the football player bought a house for $387,000. At some point in 2007, he got a mortgage for the three-bedroom home.