If you're looking to take your home from good to great, then Randy Edsall has the five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom house for you.
The former Maryland football coach has put his Fulton residence on the market for $975,000, according to realtor.com. "The Colonial features a home theater, deck with retractable awning, chef's kitchen, office, and tray ceilings," the listing reads. "It also backs up to a forested area for maximum privacy."
Edsall, fired in October after going 22-34 in five seasons, hasn't moved on to to another job, but he's ready to move on from the Maple Lawn area, apparently.
He signed a six-year, $10 million deal in 2011 and a three-year extension in July that guaranteed an additional $500,000. He could make another $146,000 if the house fetches the asking price; he paid $829,000 for it in 2011.