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Jerry Jones thinks he could get $10 billion for Cowboys, but says he will ‘never sell’ the team

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The Broncos are currently for sale, and there are some indications of the franchise could go for a record $5 billion. But that’s nothing compared to what Cowboys owner Jerry Jones thinks he could get for America’s Team. The 79-year-old businessman told NBC Sports this week that he could sell the Cowboys for “more than $10 billion.” Jones, however, added that he would not entertain such an offer, insisting that he “will never sell the Cowboys” as long as he remains owner.

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“Let me make this very clear,” he told Peter King. “I’ll say it definitively. I will never do it. I will never sell the Cowboys. Ever.”

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As for Jones’ projected $10B asking price in the event he were willing to sell? Forbes estimates the Cowboys’ value at $6.5B, but businessman Marc Ganis — a consultant around the NFL — told King he believes Jones could get up to $8.5B if he sold the team. Either way, those totals would shatter the record for the cost of a professional sports franchise. The Premier League’s Chelsea FC ]was recently sold for $5.22B, the current record. The Broncos, for reference, are valued at $4.5B by Forbes.

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Jones bought the Cowboys in 1989 for a then-record $150 million.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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