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Who doesn’t love news about our sports heroes from years past?

Former University of Arkansas football player and professional baseball player Andrew Davie recently changed addresses in Fayetteville. Davie is now the northwest Arkansas risk management manager for the independent insurance agency Cashion Co. of Little Rock.

Davie and his wife, Brittnee — herself a former star athlete in high school — paid $675,000 for a 4,000-SF home with a swimming pool on McArthur Court in east Fayetteville. The Davies got a $540,000 loan from First Security Bank in Searcy.

The couple bought their new home on the same day they sold their previous one. That 2,955-SF home (also with a swimming pool) on Fennchurch Way went for $490,000; the buyers were Chad and Lorrie Elliott.

Davie was a multiple-sport star at Central Arkansas Christian in North Little Rock before being drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 32nd round of the 2001 major league baseball draft. Davie played four seasons in the low minors before enrolling at Arkansas, where he played tight end before declaring for the 2009 NFL draft.

Davie went undrafted but saw preseason action with the Carolina Panthers before being released.

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