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Thursday, March 7, 2019

Tepper on Top, Redskins' Snyder makes in Top 15 NFL richest owners

 Panthers' Tepper on Top, Redskins' Snyder makes in, Top-15 NFL richest owners List.

According to the new list of billionaires from Forbes book, Panthers team owner David Tepper has the highest worth than any other team owner across the NFL Franchises. Tepper's estimated net worth of $11.6 billion is nearly $3 billion more than the second-richest owner, Stan Kroenke.

 When Tepper officially bought the team back in May 2018, he wasn't the richest owner in the NFL and that's because the honor belonged to Seahawks owner Paul Allen, who had an estimated net worth of $20.3 billion when he passed away on Oct. 15 at the age of 65.

Top 15 NFL richest owners: Panthers' Tepper on Top, Patriots' Kraft makes place in Top Ten List.

According to Forbes, there are only 3 owners in the NFL franchises who are worth more than $7 billion. Besides Tepper, the only two other owners in the $7 billion club are Kroenke and Stephen Ross.
The Kroenke is the only 1, who has the highest family net worth. The Rams owner is married to Walmart heiress Ann Walton Kroenke, who's worth an estimated $6.5 billion.

Although Jerry Jones has that Texas oil money, he didn't quite crack the $7 billion club in 2019. With a net worth of $6.8 billion, Jones is estimated to be the fourth-richest owner in the NFL.

 NFL salary cap 2019 Expected up to $191M, 100M increase in 15 years.

Here's the full list of the NFL's Top 15 richest owners 2019.

Top-15 richest owners in the NFL

1. David Tepper, Panthers: $11.6 billion (Ranked 118th richest person in the world)

2. Stan Kroenke, Rams: $8.7 billion (167th overall)

3. Stephen Ross, Dolphins: $7.6 billion (191st overall)

T-4. Jerry Jones, Cowboys: $6.8 billion (T-224th overall)

T-4. Shahid Khan, Jaguars: $6.8 billion (T-224th overall)

6. Robert Kraft, Patriots: $6.5 billion (244th overall)

7. Arthur Blank, Falcons: $4.7 billion (394th overall)

8. Terry Pegula, Bills: $4.5 billion (424th overall)

9. Stephen Bisciotti, Ravens: $4.2 billion (472nd overall)

10. Janice McNair, Texans: $3.8 billion (546th overall)

11. Gayle Benson, Saints: $2.9 billion (775th overall)

T-12. Jimmy Haslam, Browns: $2.7 billion (T-838th overall)

T-12. Jim Irsay, Colts: $2.7 billion (T-838th overall)

14. Denise York, 49ers: $2.5 billion (916th overall)

15. Daniel Snyder, Redskins, $2.2 billion (1057th overall)

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