When he's not on the field at Seattle Seahawks training camp, Tyler Lockett can often be found at a different kind of workplace: a real estate property. This NFL wide receiver, with over 60 career touchdowns and more than $70 million in on-field earnings, has ventured into the world of real estate during his off-seasons.\r\n\r\nREAD:Bayer Leverkusen Secures Last-Minute Draw at Bayern Munich with Penalty\r\n\r\nLockett, 31 years old, is now a licensed real estate agent in two states, Washington and Texas, with several multimillion-dollar transactions under his belt. He's been part of seven transactions totaling almost $17 million in combined sales volume, with more properties in the pipeline.\r\nSeattle Seahawks\r\nHis interest in real estate was sparked after watching HGTV while preparing to purchase his first home after signing an extension with the Seahawks in 2018. He completed the required 90 hours of online education for real estate brokers in Washington state in early 2022, got licensed, and later extended his real estate career to Texas.\r\n\r\nLockett represents various clients, including NFL players and regular clients. He's also ventured into commercial real estate, working on an apartment building purchase and soon listing a commercial property in Oregon.\r\n\r\nIn addition to his NFL career and real estate endeavors, Lockett is a published author, having released a book of poems titled "Reflection" in 2019. He's won an Emmy award for his NFL Network feature on the 1921 Black Wall Street massacre, and he's been the Seahawks' nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award for the past two seasons.\r\n\r\nDespite juggling two careers, Lockett maintains a rigorous schedule with time management and teamwork, splitting some property listings with another agent. He estimates that about 15% to 20% of his day is devoted to real estate, often conducting business calls and transactions during breaks at the football facility.\r\n\r\nLockett acknowledges that not everyone may appreciate his dual career pursuits, but he's determined to pursue his dreams and secure his future, both for himself and his family.\r\n\r\nStanding on the roof of a property he's promoting, Lockett emphasized that he isn't planning to retire from football just yet, as he still has two years and approximately $34 million left on his contract. He's consistently performed well in football, reaching 1,000 yards in each of the past four seasons and tallying 47 receiving touchdowns since 2018, making him one of the NFL's top wide receivers.\r\n\r\nWhile pursuing real estate, Lockett is keen on breaking stereotypes and demonstrating that he's more than just a football player. He aims to be recognized as a successful realtor who excels both on and off the field.