Chargers Wide Receiver Keelan Doss Goes House Shopping On Netflix’s Selling The OC

Netflix’s hit series Selling The OC follows the real estate agents of The Oppenheim Group.  The real estate company was started in 2014 by Jason Oppenheim, listed as the founder and president, according to his profile on Jason and his brother Brett are part of five generations in the real estate industry dating back to Jacob Stern, who started The Stern Realty Co. in 1889.

The series is in its third season and during the second episode, it featured Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keelan Doss, who was looking to purchase a home. The Selling OC audience was introduced to Doss by Jason Oppenheim when he introduced him to the real estate agent Polly Brindle after the real estate company opened its San Diego branch.

When Brindle asked Keelan why he was buying a house, for example, investment, vacation, and holiday, he replied, “This house that I am looking for right now, probably my personal house,” said Doss. “Bachelor type of vibe something close to the water get that beach feel.”

Keelan was looking to invest $10-$15 million on a property and also giving Brindle a price range to begin looking for potential home options.


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In episode seven of season 3, Brindle was able to show Doss and his friends Will and Kallie actually a listing that Brindle’s colleague Alexandra Rose The Oppenheim Group is selling for a client.

Polly Brindle has a background in modeling dating back to when she was 15, and has had the opportunity to live and worked in worked in London, Paris, Milan, Germany and Barcelona. She would develop a passion for architecture and design, according to She would obtain her real estate license in June of 2021.

Doss would later post on his Instagram thanking Brindle & Jason Oppenheim for showing him around.

This past December, the Los Angeles Chargers signed undrafted free agent Keelan Doss out of UC Davis in 2019. According to, “Doss has appeared in 12 games and made two starts with the Raiders and Chargers, totaling 11 receptions for 133 yards (12.1 avg.). He also spent time with the Jaguars, Falcons, Jets and Giants before signing to the Chargers’ practice squad last season.”

Per, “Doss appeared in 44 games over four seasons for the Aggies, registering 321 catches for 4,069 yards (12.7 avg.) and 28 touchdowns, and adding a 42-yard rushing score.”

The undrafted wide receiver also earned consensus first-team FCS All-America honors and first-team All-Big Sky Conference as a senior.  As well as, earning Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year during his junior and senior year.

This past season for the Chargers appeared in five games and had six receptions for 33 yards, a touchdown, and averaged 2.5 yards per catch.


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