Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Terrell McClain’s contract is worth more than $3 million, but if he ever needed some cash, it sounds like selling his sneaker collection could help him out.
According to the Dallas News, McClain said he wears a different pair of designer shoes for his arrival at every game. His favorite is a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes that ring in at about $2,000.
“I could probably sell my entire collection and get about six figures for them,” McClain said. “I got some good shoes in the closet.”
McClain’s comments come after teammate Dez Bryant said last week that only Michael Jordan has a better shoe collection than he does. Bryant estimates he has more than 3,000 pairs in his collection and receives 50 new pairs a week.
“I’m not wearing a shoe when it releases,” Bryant said last week. “When it releases, I’m done with it. I get my shoes like at least six months to a year early. No joke. Seriously. Like, I’m already in January 2017 right now.”
Meanwhile, Cowboys rookies Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott have been engaging in a locker room sneaker-roast, which went viral on Twitter last week.