Forbes values Jaguars at $2.075 billion, up 32 percent

Jeannette Daniel
September 20, 2017

The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable National Football League team for an 11th consecutive year, valued at almost twice the league average, according to the annual list published by business magazine Forbes on Monday.

The Lions' $1.7 billion value is a 3-percent increase over the year before.

A year ago, Forbes pegged the Bears to be worth $2.7 billion, which ranked eighth in the NFL. Their value should continue to rise as they inch closer to the opening of their new stadium in L.A.

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Here's a look at some of the interesting values in Forbes' rankings. The team recently wrapped up a $47 million round of renovations at Bank of America Stadium, which was part of a five-year, $87.5 million public-private financing agreement with the City of Charlotte. The Jets, at $2.75 billion, came in ninth.

San Francisco ($3 billion) rounded out the teams worth at least $3 billion. As a whole, the National Football League earned $3.2 billion in total income - substantially more than earnings of every NBA, MLB and NHL team combined, the financial publication noted.

Forbes lists the Bills' revenue at $352 for past year, with an operating income of $53. Rounding out the global top five, according to Forbes, is Manchested United ($3.69 billion) and FC Barcelona ($3.64 billion).

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