Perhaps Brett Maher could foresee a not-so-long future with the Dallas Cowboys.
The embattled 33-year-old, who missed four extra points for the team in Monday’s playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, bought a roughly 3,800-square-foot house in Nebraska two months before he officially signed with the team . Texas team.
Maher bought the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Lincoln for $670,000 on June 1, 2022, records obtained by The Post show.
Now in his third stint with the team, Maher signed with the Cowboys on August 9, 2022, on a one-year, $965,000 contract.
Maher’s football journey was not stable. The Nebraska native has bounced around sporadically throughout his career, playing for 10 different teams since 2013, including several years in the Canadian Football League.
His newly purchased home is built on a stucco ranch—and has a private office, exercise room, and secluded second-floor loft.
Top features include plantation shutters, electric shades on the deck and even a basketball court, according to the previous listing.
There are also recreation areas and a wet bar.
Marsha Artz and Daria Springer of HOME Real Estate held the listing.
As for Maher’s future in Dallas, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wants to make it day-to-day.
Speaking Tuesday on 105.3 “The Fan,” Jones said the Cowboys “will be reading this thing as the week goes on.”
“Well, I think the first thing you do is talk about how it’s not great to have that number one thing that we need to fix or the number one thing that we need to address. “I think that says everything about not only how we’ve played, but where we’re at right now with this team,” Jones said, per Mark Lane of the Texas Wire .
“Make no mistake, we must have the same week of preparation. Now, on to our kicker. This is a classic case of looking at what he’s done for this team and done on the court all year, not just last night. And, yes, but kicking is a technical matter. It has everything to do with — honestly, mentally having it all together when you get up there. And so we’ll be reading this thing as the week goes on. I don’t want to go out on my skis and take it on.”