Cowboys Are NFL's Most Valuable Team

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Cowboys dominate Forbes' 2017 list of most valuable NFL franchises, Bills rank last

The Dallas Cowboys, the most valuable sports team in the world, are now worth $4.8 billion. On the National Football League list, they're followed by the New England Patriots ($3.7 billion), New York Giants ($3.3 billion), and Washington Redskins ($3.1 billion).

Dallas Cowboys' worth spiked for a total of 14 per cent in the previous year which makes them worth $4.8 billion! The team has topped Forbes' list for 11 straight years. The league owes this success to new stadium investments, stadium renovations and exuberating rights fees.

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The average franchise received an eight percent bump in value this year.

Lucrative TV contracts for rising franchise values and labor deals with players help ensure team profitability, Forbes said.

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The Chiefs are now part of the NFL's $2 billion club. Since moving from San Diego, the team's value has gone from $2.08 billion to $2.275 billion. With Mercedes-Benz Stadium opening this season, the Atlanta Falcons had the biggest year-to-year jump from 2016 to 2017.

Each NFL team received $244 million in national revenue past year, mostly from television deals. That's more than US$1 billion ahead of the New England Patriots (US$3.7 billion). 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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