Katherine Webb went from beauty queen to real estate developer.
The 2012 Miss Alabama USA revealed on Thursday that she has opened her own real estate company – nearly a year after her former husband, NFL quarterback AJ McCarron, took a 3.94 pay cut million dollars to play for the XFL.
After almost four months of Instagram silence, the 34-year-old posted snapshots of herself and her partner Josh Burmeister at the site of the new Topgolf facility in Mobile, Alabama, which is slated to open later this year. .
‘”Kat where have you been?” Over the past year, we’ve worked hard to grow our development and real estate company Bur:McCarron, and I’ve been working to get my business/residential license…and I’m happy to report that we have do both!’ she wrote.
Katherine Webb, 34, revealed on Instagram on Thursday that she had opened a real estate company
The former Miss Alabama USA proudly shared photos of herself on the site of the new Topgolf facility in Mobile to announce the launch of Bur:McCarron
Webb posed in a white short-sleeved shirt, denim skort and platform sneakers
‘(Topgolf) is officially here in Mobile, AL and (Josh Burmeister) and our investors were able to do that. We have a ton in our pipeline and I’m so excited for this new chapter.
Webb poses proudly in a white short-sleeved shirt, denim skort and platform sneakers in the photos.
Her highlighted brown hair is half up and she completed her construction site look with a pair of cat-eye sunglasses.
The model shot to fame after sportscaster Brent Musburger adored her looks during the 2013 BCS National Championship game as her husband led the Alabama Crimson Tide to victory over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
McCarron was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the fifth round of the 2014 NFL Draft – the same year he married Webb.
He served as a backup quarterback for a total of eight seasons in the NFL, playing for the Bengals, Oakland Raiders, Houston Texans and, most recently, the Atlanta Falcons.
In 2021, he tore his ACL in a preseason game after signing a one-year deal with the Falcons for $4 million.
After being away for two seasons, he joined the XFL because he wanted his kids to be able to watch him play football.
The template included a snapshot of her partner Josh Burmeister standing next to a Bur: McCarron sign
Webb’s announcement comes nearly a year after her former NFL quarterback husband AJ McCarron took a $3.94 million pay cut to play for the XFL.
McCarron, who now earns around $60,000 a season, said he joined the minor league because he wanted his sons to watch him play football instead of sitting on the bench.
Webb rose to fame after sportscaster Brent Musburger adored her beauty during the 2013 BCS National Championship game, but she has remained out of the spotlight in recent years.
McCarron and Web have three sons together, Gunnar Cruz, two, Cash Carter, four, and Raymond Anthony McCarron III, seven, whom they call Tripp.
The former college football star took a 98% pay cut to play in the minor league part-owned by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. The St. Louis BattleHawks star earns around $60,000 per season, according to ESPN.
“My six-year-old son loves watching me on YouTube. That’s a big reason why I chose to come back this way,” he told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
“I probably could have tried to come back with an NFL team and I probably would have (earned) more money, but nobody knows what the future holds. I appreciate this and it’s a great way to create memories for me and my boys.
McCarron became an XFL star and received praise from The Rock for taking a pay cut to return to the field.
“Takes less money to sign with us on the @NFL because he wanted his little boys to see him play,” Johnson tweeted in February. “Now he is 2-0 and led his team to some thrilling last-minute wins. I would say he creates memories for his boys. AJ’s decision means a lot to me, personally.
McCarron is also an investor in his wife’s new real estate development company, according to Alabama Business.
And if Webb’s latest post is any indication, she’s excited for their next chapter.