How does a former NFL player’s apartment get built?

With his parents away for Thanksgiving break, former Arizona Cardinals running back and former All-Pro Jason Campbell has a new roommate: the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals.

The apartment complex he’s living in has a rent of $2,500 a month and he’s renting the first three bedrooms for $1,800 a month.

He said he’s had no issues with it, but added that he’s worried about the rent because the apartment’s on his family’s lot.

The rent on the first room has been $2.8 million.

Campbell said he hasn’t heard anything about the apartment building’s management company, which has not responded to The Associated Press’ request for comment.

He also hasn’t had any complaints from tenants.

His new roommate, who is a former Pro Bowl running back for the Arizona Cardinals, has been renting out his room at the apartment complex since the end of March.

He lives on a $1 million monthly salary.

The other two bedrooms are $1.8 and $1 a month, Campbell said.

“I’m not complaining because I don’t have to,” Campbell said during a phone interview.

“But I just don’t want to have to pay that much rent.

I don, too.”

The apartment building said in a statement to The Arizona Republic that it has received complaints from some residents, including about the housing shortage.

“The building has received a number of complaints regarding the shortage of affordable housing and the impact of the rent hike,” the statement said.

The statement also said that the building will meet with residents this week and is working to fix the situation.

Campbell has been living in the apartment for two years.

He left Arizona after the 2014 season to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who he helped lead to the playoffs and the Super Bowl.

Campbell, a three-time Pro Bowler, retired from the NFL after the 2016 season.

His teammates are also looking to retire.

“This is a really big deal,” Campbell told The Associated Statesman-Phoenix newspaper last month.

“We want to see Jason Campbell back out there.

We’re not going to be sitting around waiting for him to come back.

We’ll see what he can do.”